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John Deere 2010C Diesel starting problems
|Chris||I inherited a 2010C (crawler) dozer with a diesel.
Yesterday, I started and ran it no problem.
Today I went to start it and it will not even turn over. It try's to turn over. The front pulley moves maybe a 1/8th of a turn then stops.
I am thinking some kids were playing on it last night so maybe they hit some switch or lever??
I don't know, I have a manual from the 60's but so far it has bene little help. Any ideas!
|John Heine||Could the control lever for blade be in raise or lower position? Oil level in crankcase ok? See if you can turn engine by hand.
|Ralph||Cris , the kids probably kept pumping the primer and filled up a cylinder with fuel so you have hydrostatic lock. DON"T force the engine to turn or you will bend a rod or break the crankshaft!! Instead you need to remove the glowplugs and then spin it over to blow out the fuel. RALPH
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