THREE WAY VALVE DIAGRAM : DRAINAGE NON RETURN VALVE : MOGAS VALVES.
My tractor is broken
This picture isn't really for Flickr folks, I'm posting it here so I can show some other diesel tractor owner's what I'm talking about. I'm hoping someone will have a solution to my problem. Short version of my question: How in the heck do I get the oil pan off? Longer version: My problem is that the #1 cylinder is not firing. The engine still runs (on two cylinders) but is knocking far too loud to be an injector. To be sure, I swapped the fuel injectors with no effect. There are very few shavings in the oil. After much trouble shooting I finally pulled the cylinder head but the valves, rocker arms and push rods all appear to be in fine working order. I believe I have a bad connecting rod bearing, bushing, camshaft or push rod tappet. Whatever it is, it sounds like it's coming from under the cylinder so I'd like to pull the oil pan off so I can look inside. I'm hoping it will be something obvious so I won't have to pull the whole damned engine. The problem I have now is that oil pan is not cooperating. According to the parts diagram, the oil pan is actually pan shaped, about three inches deep, with no cover on the bottom. According to the actual tractor, there is a cover on the bottom. I thought I was in luck but when I pulled all the bolts, the cover refused to budge. If I pound it any harder, I will bend something. Removing the oil pan appears to be much more difficult. As you can see from the picture, there appear to be two main obstacles in the way. The first is the front drive shaft. I'm guessing removing that will require me to drain all the transmission fluid. I would have done that already except the shaft appears to be blocked by the Front End Loader bracket. Removing that bracket will require that I drop the FEL which means draining all the hydraulic fluid. That's my question: is it really necessary to remove the FEL, the front drive shaft and all the corresponding fluids just to remove the oil pan? If that's the case I'm thinking it might be easier to just lift out the entire engine. Anybody that has done this before on the Jinma 284 series Y385 engine, I'd really appreciate a heads up about any short cuts you might know of.Three-Way Meet
Halfway between Chama and Antonito is the lunch stop at Osier, where the daily trains in each direction meet. Today, a photo freight was also in the loop track in the background, making for a three-way meet!
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