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Moline GB Diesel intake heater

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Jvoss

05-03-2021 11:30:16




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Recently purchased a GB diesel. Everything is there and hooked up for the intake heater set up but Im wondering how exactly it should work?? How do operate the pump and switch in the correct way for starting?? Thank you

Also it has no serial number plate anywhere on the tractor. How can I determine the year of the tractor??




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rockcreek4630

05-03-2021 14:26:56




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 Re: Moline GB Diesel intake heater in reply to Jvoss, 05-03-2021 11:30:16  



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Dieseltech

05-03-2021 12:54:58




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 Re: Moline GB Diesel intake heater in reply to Jvoss, 05-03-2021 11:30:16  
What type intake heater? Electric coil or Thermostart fuel intake heater?



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Jvoss

05-03-2021 13:19:04




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 Re: Moline GB Diesel intake heater in reply to Dieseltech, 05-03-2021 12:54:58  
Its got a spark plug in the intake and a ignition coil mounted next to it and then fuel lines running back to the hand pump at the operators station. Not even sure if it works just wondering how youre supposed to use it technically. Acouple pumps and then hit the switch? Is it suppose to have a switch you hold down?



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molinegb

05-04-2021 05:09:16




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 Re: Moline GB Diesel intake heater in reply to Jvoss, 05-03-2021 13:19:04  
More of a decoration. U/UB diesels had same option as well as Massey 95. Never have seen one that worked. Pull switch energized coil. Another option was an ether bulb. I just use ether.



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