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Created On Monday 24, January, 2011 6:27 AM by Richard12781

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Note Monday January 24, 2011 06:27 View thread in raw text format
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Hi There, looking for info on a Deutz F3L 1011 engine which I'm told is on a generator.
When running the engine it is pressurisng the dip stick and has started to put oil out the exhust.
Is this a head gasket problem and if so is it easy to fix. What other damage should I look for?


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Note Tuesday October 04, 2011 19:13 View thread in raw text format
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hello Richard.... If you have a pressure build up at oil dipstick is not a good sign ,but it is not the end of the world either. As the way engine pistons runs up and down,some pressure could "blow by" pistons side,down to the engine . Every engine has some pressure. To release it there is an air breather at the top of engine. Every engine has that breather to get oil moisture back to the air intake,so it can recycle and less polute atmosfere.In your case when engine pressure push an oil dipstick out of its position,is either way to much "blow by"pressure at the side of pistons or your AIR breather is cloged. With new engine ,if you open hose connection between an air breather and air intake,you would not see any smoke even oil moisture is there. With worn engine and good air breather,you would see a white smoke coming out.That white smoke is burned oil.(oil that cools cylinders). An oil breather is nothing else than aparatus where oil moisture should condense back to the oil stage. If I am in your shoes,I would try to clean breather. There are different kind on the market. Most of it is just kind of steel wool inside ,while others make fiew diferent size chambers in it. If you have smoke coming out of it after you fix your breather,it means that your "blow by" is bigger than breather can handle. But, you can use "racing cars" oil catcher, wich is nothing else than big breather. It is just an aluminum cylindar shaped can with inlet and outlet and drain valve at bottom. Some comes with filter some without. I beleive "filters" are better couse it makes trap for a moisture. That way oil moisture going inside a can,through the filter it condens back to oil and goes back up to the outlet and air intake. What ever smoke you posibily have had before,this way it will be a lot less and should make a pressure release at the engine bottom. Even it spends some engine oil it does not mean its gone. My ex Benz passed well 380 000 miles with smoke before I replaced it. Hope it helps.

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Note Tuesday October 04, 2011 19:20 View thread in raw text format
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or if you have a turbine,check your vacuum lines toward it,but be cautius. Inside hose diameter must be in factory specs.

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i would bet that you will have to change the piston rings of the engine what happens is when you install the piston rings the opening of the rings must be in the opposite directions to each other and if you install all the openings in one direction they wouldn't seal the combustion completely and the engine starts leaking oil from the exhaust manifold just let me know what was the problem when you fix it

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