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|gee||I have a 1105 massey diesel. when we purchased it it would start right up then a few years later it would get harder and harder to start, usually crack open an injector line and it would start. This time we got it strarted and the engine oil filled with diesel fuel and started to run out of the dipstick. We thought maybe the fuel pump was bad and pumping diesel in the motor but it seems as if it's ok. Does anyone have an idea what is wrong and how you would fix the problem?
|Big Dean||The only two things I know of that will cause the crankcase to fill up with diesel fuel is the transfer pump or usually called a fuel pump on the right side of the engine will get a hole in the diaphragm or the Seal in the engine end of the Injection pump leaking. Hope This helps
|Gord||I havea 1085 MF and I recently had the same thing happen.
In 99% of the time it is caused by the small lift pump on the side of the block.
Once I changed that the problem was resolved.
The pump cost less than $50 and very easy to install.
Hope this helps