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newbie need help t444e nostart


Created On Sunday June 01, 2008 00:23 Diesel Talk
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95 t444e 4700 int cranks over (200rpm) has codes

543
541
224
221
625

I checked the HPOP resevoir and it is very near the top, engine oilpress is 40 psi , engine sump oil is a 1/4 inch low on the dip stick. Could it be that stupid, it holds 15 quarts ? I'll change or at least top off oil tomorrow. Oh,glow plug relay not working but I bypassed it for 12sec. first try,and 35sec. second try,still only cranks,any help on where to get code info? I called san antonio international and the parts guy said I need to have it towed in,and that they had a 2-3 week back log, and that he didnt sell any manuals or lists. I would rather sell it for scrapp metal than ever spend a dime with santex after that. With all the post I've read I hope it is the oil level, then I can sell it and never own another International product again. that parts guy really steamed me.confuseddisgustedconfusedgoodmantreescapes@hotmail.com
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