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C250 diesel over heat water is finesd fast

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I have an '85 S-10 Blazer with a 2.8 V6 automatic transmission, it has a high idle and a dieseling problem, the previous owner removed the fuse for the automatic choke, how can I reduce the idle?


Dieseling or running-on is a fairly natural consequence of an engine that is idling too fast or being switched off before the idle has been restored after being revved.

Changes to engine design to improve acceleration and economy and meet new emission regulations required higher idle speeds and dieseling became a common problem which required the introduction of a fuel cut-off solenoid on many carburettors.

Dieseling is sometimes the result of overheating or too much carbon in the combustion chamber.

The design changes mentioned above required changes to carburation, including the choke design and operation. Complying with new emission regs required a quick engine warm-up and for the automatic choke to disengage in about two minutes. A higher fast idle was also required and mostly at least one vacuum servo was used to ensure smooth running during the warm-up period.

In order to disengage the choke quickly, it was often arranged to be heated, either by electricity alone or by electricity and hot water.

If the fuse has been removed the choke will not work correctly. Why the previous owner removed the fuse is a mystery, perhaps there is a fault.
The choke must be put back into good operation in order to achieve proper fuel economy and smooth running, or alternatively the carburettor could be converted to manual choke.

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Hi all I have a problem with my hyundai tucson 2l diesel crdi 2005 and she won't start when it is cold but when it starts up after spraying it with quick start she will start again changed glow plugs


make sure that the battery is fully charged as diesels need a fast cranking speed to heat the air sufficient to burn the diesel fuel
If the glo-plugs are working ( check relay ) the the next thing is to have the injectors reconditioned as they need to atomize the fuel and not squirt it
Because diesels are compression ignition diesels and inflammable product introduced into the inlet manifold will ignite well before the correct ignition position of the piston and will result in a destroyed motor so fix the fault and leave the quick-start on the shelf

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I have a 1994 f 350 turbo diesel IDI when I try to


Don't just keep cranking if it don't start right away' Give the starter a break. It's getting hot because you just keep cranking on it. Any vehicle diesel has glow plugs to heat the fuel chamber to make it start fast. Be sure you are making use of the glow plugs and it will start fast. If your glow plugs are not working, find out why. Could be just the glow plug relay or connection to it. Or possibly the glow plugs are burned out. Either way, you HAVE to have glow plugs in use on a diesel upon initial start up till it's warmed up. Then will start without them. Most are automated system. You just have to wait till the glow plug light goes out to start cranking on it. I hope this helps you to more understand the workings of a diesel cold start system.

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Fill up water radiator


There is a screw cap on the hose for the interior radiator you can see them when you open the hood in the center of the car under the wipes. Fill up the coolant start the engine turn the heating on max unscrew the cap and let it open till you can`t see any air coming out of it then close it and turn the engine off. CARE THE WATER WILL HEAT FAST SO WEAR GLOVES..........

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Mercedes c250 turbo diesel


drain water from your fuel pump just open the drain plug. now refit .pump up the pump as hard as it will go .get someone to turn over the engine .as you keep pumping.

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Mercedes 1998 C250 Turbo diesel auxiliary belt


try google images there are many variants on this if not tryl and error to refit it

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I have a mercedes c250 turbo diesel and wen I drive over 60mph or acelarette I fell car vibrating can anyone help me please


hi david

i have a merc c250 td manual.. i had a accident about a month back... i changed all the mountings... wen i start the car it has a bad vibration throughout the whole car and if i rev it, it gets worst... can it be the main engine pulley or the flywheel?

please help.... thanks in advance...

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I have a Mercedes Benz C250 Turbo Diesel that is overheating.


Try running the engine with the water filler cap off and see if the water level goes up and down at the same time as you rev the engine. If it does then you have blown headgasket and your water will be being pumed out through the exhaust.
Rob

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2001 diesel smell


I would check the color of the diesel in the fuel tank first. Siphon a small sample out into a clear container. If it has a yellowish apperance to it and is not transparent combined with the fact that you are losing water I would strongly suspect the injector tubes in the cylinder head. The coolant passes around them so when they leak you can get water in the diesel and diesel in the water. That would the most likley cause, the other possibility is a cracked head. The air conditioner does use water at all. It condenses water on the coils from the air and drips down, more so on humid days.

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