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deutz 2011f hesitation & no power


Created On Monday June 11, 2012 08:25 Diesel Talk
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nosbill
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I installed this "new" that was a government surplus that sat for atleast 10 years I think. we had a service rep look at this too and he went through the injectors and we had to change one of the pressure pumps because it was different. I disassembled the engine because of low compression in cylinder 4 plus to check out everything which did look good. we also reset the timing belt setting to the lowest setting of 3/4 turn per his recomendation. we made sure valve adj. was good. This thing is driving me crazy.
Thanx, Bill
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