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yeah I would do that also but would still do some visual inspections while waiting.With such few hours on a new machine I sure would not do much before twisting the dealer arm a bit harder.
Not just dust. Mice really like to nest in the area of the air intake. A high pitched whistle when the engine is running usually indicates a restriction in the air intake/filter.just a thought and is easy to do, if been in real dusty conditions check condition of air filter.
yeah I would do that also but would still do some visual inspections while waiting.
I am guessing here. My last battery lasted about a year from new. Previous battery was same brand/model lasted 7 years. Excessive use of the glow plugs in cold weather beat the crap out of it. I don't think I ran it long enough to fully recharge the battery during use. Put another new battery in it in February, still cold hearted, but easier to start. Above 50 Fahrenheit there has never been a need to use the glow plugs.
Hi guys sorry I haven’t gotten back on here. I took a video,actually two. One one day and one the next. For the first one I didn’t show the glow plug lite I forgot what side it was on and really wasn’t paying attention. I let the plugs cycle for quite a while as can be seen in the videos. I don’t know of this is normal for this tractor but I do remember it starting with less cranks.the fuel is from the same place I get for my diesel car.
How do you post videos on here?