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Excessive blowby after engine warms up


Created On Tuesday 23, March, 2010 6:09 PM by takoateli

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takoateli
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I have a 4 cylinder turbo Perkins diesel 88hp engine which has excessive blowby after the engine has warmed up to running temperature. The blowby when the engine is cold and warming up is normal. Does that symptom help diagnose where the blowby is escaping?
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Greg
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