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    Default New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    Product information:


    Base Model T1520
    Base Serial No. Z9NGK1397
    Engine Hours 78
    Amount of Use 0 Type of Use




    Concern Description:


    Symptom: Engine ticking noise at start up when ambient temp. is below 32 degrees F. Engine oil pressure ok.
    Action: Disassembled engine. Found engine oil port block installed 180 degrees out. This caused the crankshaft to contact the nut on the backside of the port block SBA165296260.
    Note; oil pressure read at spec.
    Pictures available.
    Reactivated on: 1Dec2011 - 9:16:46 AM
    ReActivate Info: Sorry, the correct s/n is Z9NGK1397
    Engine s/n 31893 model N843L-D-35PF-02



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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    Exactly.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    I'm quite surprised at the lack of responses to the OP, and even more surprised at the relatively low number of page views.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    The only reason I can think of is the fact that this is such a rare problem. I bought the new holland for its outstanding record of reliability and performance. At least if anyone else is having this problem they can search it out here. Im thankful I found this forum to join.

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    I know at least one other poster on this forum had a t1520 with a noise in the engine that no one could find. I hope he finds this post. I wish I could remember who it was i would send him a pm.
    Bill

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    Great detective work by OP and perfect solution. My kudos

    JC,
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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    Quote Originally Posted by Hooked_on_HP View Post
    I know at least one other poster on this forum had a t1520 with a noise in the engine that no one could find. I hope he finds this post. I wish I could remember who it was i would send him a pm.
    Bill
    Bill,


    I did a search in the archives. The guys handle was jaymar 421 and I sent him a pm. His problem was reported last April.

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    Quote Originally Posted by Bvinson2002 View Post
    Product information:


    Base Model T1520
    Base Serial No. Z9NGK1397
    Engine Hours 78
    Amount of Use 0 Type of Use




    Concern Description:


    Symptom: Engine ticking noise at start up when ambient temp. is below 32 degrees F. Engine oil pressure ok.
    Action: Disassembled engine. Found engine oil port block installed 180 degrees out. This caused the crankshaft to contact the nut on the backside of the port block SBA165296260.
    Note; oil pressure read at spec.
    Pictures available.
    Reactivated on: 1Dec2011 - 9:16:46 AM
    ReActivate Info: Sorry, the correct s/n is Z9NGK1397
    Engine s/n 31893 model N843L-D-35PF-02


    Looks like the pan and the timing cover had to come off. What is the function of the port block? Was it installed backward or was it just rotated 180 from verticle in the wrong direction? Probably the latter since the shaft looks a little off center. I'll bet they had some one new doing that part of the assembly and he screwed up a bunch of motors.

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    I would think that if the oil port block was off by 180 deg you wouldn't get oil to all of the proper passages. I also sent jaymar a pm yesterday.
    Bill

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    Default Re: New Holland T1520 and T1510 "Tick" fix

    The oil port block is off by 180 degrees. Same as the one found in our shop. The engine was oiling normally.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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