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Vern Peters Having a problem with crankcase filling with hydraulic oil
Blue Buddy are you sure it is Hydraulic oil and not diesel fuel? only place hydraulic oil can get into the engine that is common is from the power steering pump in my experience, and you will notice yer steering getting hard and having to top it up but not really seeing many external leaks, if it is diesel, the oil will smell like diesel, most common place is the lift pump, often called the fuel pump with a hole in the diaphram, and sometimes the front seal of the injector pump, so, check the steering oil, then check around the fuel pump, often a bad diapram will also have a small external leak as well from the weep hole in the pump
Blue Buddy are you sure it is Hydraulic oil and not diesel fuel? only place hydraulic oil can get into the engine that is common is from the power steering pump in my experience, and you will notice yer steering getting hard and having to top it up but not really seeing many external leaks, if it is diesel, the oil will smell like diesel and get very thin, most common place is the lift pump, often called the fuel pump with a hole in the diaphram, and sometimes the front seal of the injector pump, so, check the steering oil, then check around the fuel pump, often a bad diapram will also have a small external leak as well from the weep hole in the pump
Geoff Hi Vern, Just to add a little more to what Blue Buddy has said...and he is spot on with what he says...I have on VERY OCCASIONAL circumstances hed the inlet manifold heater leaking internally....the most sommon symptom of this is ..bad starting in cold weather and excessive smok from the exhaust...I know that the heater leaking into the engine oil is very rare and really defeats all theories but it can happen and I can remember on at least 2 occasions this has happened in my experience....it took a lot of time and elimination process before the problem was cured....Best regards...Geoff


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