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Pushing brush with 1994 D3C. Turned off machine for lunch. Would not turn over after lunch. Engine locked up and no oil on dipstick. Crack in oil pan. This machine already needed undercarriage and steering clutches, so is now a salvage machine. My question is, is there any chance of pulling glow plugs or injectors and putting oil in the top of the cylinders and let sit, and then try to unfreeze the engine? Would like to get it to run just enough to load on a trailer. Worth a try? or wasted effort? Thanks!
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