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Diesel in Crankcase on JD 9200


Created On Saturday June 01, 2013 19:22 Diesel Talk
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jagfarms
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We had our engine rebuilt on our JD 9200.

We put on 28 hours and lost all oil pressure. The crankcase filled with diesel fuel. I would say it was half diesel and half brake in oil 10w 30.

We took it back to the dealership and they repaired it they say it was a bad injector.

We got it back again and put 8 hours on and the same thing happened again.

They sent a service truck out to our farm and repaired it again. Again there was more diesel than oil when they drained it out. The diesel was actually leaking out of the top of the valve cover.

They repaired it and said they had the wrong injectors in and that is what caused this to happen.

SInce this has happened we have put another 175 hours on the tractor with no trouble.

It is not using any oil and everything seems to be running fine.

We now have a $25,000 bill to pay for the engine job that was done.

They say there should be no damage done from the diesel in the oil.

I am thinking some damage must have been done.

We have one year warrenty on the engine but we may only put another 50 hours on the engine this year. I am thinking with the oil so diluted it would be like putting 5000 hours on the engine.

I am thinking we should get extra warrenty or get an inspectilon done of the crank and bearings before we pay the bill.

Any adivice would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

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