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Having problems removing the cylinder head. Have removed all 13 fastners, but still unable to pry loose. Have a manual, but little info on this operation. Can anyone help. Many thanks. Rick
|Rick, re cylinder head||Hello again. I forgot to say that this MF has 3 cylinder Perkins deisel.
|smokey||Common problem or so Big Dean says. I think his instruction is to lift head using a chain block.
I fortunately have not had this problem. Check Big Deans site
|Gus Craig||Are you sure you have removed all the head studs,
13 sounds an unusual number. From exsperience you would not be the first to miss a headstud,they like to hide under that dirty black oil.
Cranking the motor over on the starter sometimes works