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2400 -- no water pressure? --there are no leaks -

2400 -- no water pressure? --there are no leaks - engine runs perfectly smooth I tried 2 different spray gun's what's up with that?

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You probably need to replace the high pressure seals, the check valvesw, or the unloader valve.

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2 things. The most simple is an air leak in the intake. The engine is getting the same fuel as always, but the additional air is giving you a higher air/fuel ratio. Start the engine, use a pump spray water bottle and mist the intake manifold and any vacuum lines. A change in rpm will reveal a leak. You have a lean knock.

Next, more intense. Look up "Cam Phasers" The knock is a typical clue for this problem. But since the water test above does not cost you anything to try, I mentioned it. I bet the knock disappears around 2000rpm.

What is happening inside your engine is one side is out of time or synch with the other. This is because each "Cam Phaser" sets timing separately for each bank. After 2000rpm the parts are fully extended and the noise disappears.

There are just 2 ways to fix this. Clean the "Cam Phaser" with a solvent that degunks the block or change the Phaser and assume that the bad bank is the one showing lean.

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My 1988 toyota crissida runs hot,Idles to high and hardly has any power.Somedays its fine and has power but always runs hot


The overheating of the car can be due to many reasons and you need to check on each one to confirm the working of the system.
1. In the first place the working of the engine must be assessed. it must be smooth with a good indication that the tuning timing and the power seems good. This will confirm that the settings of the engine is good and so there is less scope that the engine seems to heat up on its own.
2. Secondly the radiator pressure cap must be tight and good, the radiator MUST not loose coolant after a run or in a few days time- since this must be a sealed system and there is no scope of water overflow or loss unless there is a leak- sometimes the leak is too microscopic as under high pressure only steam might escape and so reduce the coolant. So check for leaks while the engine is hot , specially the radiator, the hose or the fittings.
3. The working of the water pump must be good to ensure a good flow and circulation, so check for leak in the water pump, check for presence of water in the exhaust or leaking on the engine gaskets.
4.Make sure that the coolant is good and clean if not drain and refill , if there is presence of rust please have a good flushing of the radiator or else the chances are that the radiator ports can be blocked and reduce the efficiency of the cooling .
5. Finally the cooling fan, the radiator fan must be working, check the thermostat/thermistor to work accordingly with good flow, have a good water jet wash on the radiator for a clean radiator cooling fin exposure.

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If this model has a quick disconnect coupling for the pressure hose opposite of the sprayer wand at the pump, remove with a wrench. Hook up the water hose, turn on he water , but don't start the engine. If it has a clog this will flush out the clog. Replace the coupler and hose, turn on the water first before starting the engine. If the pump builds pressure it will make the motor bog down slightly. If there's no change in the sound of the engine with water turned on, the pump will be damaged. If the motor bogs off and on and water sprays on and off, means there is an air leak in the pump. If the pump does not work at all with the water turned on, the pump will be burned up. Please don't take this in offense; but I've seen many power washer pumps damaged because the water was not turned on before starting the engine. Try these few steps and let me know if you get any pressure at all, if so it's probably an air leak. Good luck!

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Jun 22, 2009 | Karcher 2500 PSI Pressure Washer

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Karcher 2600 (Honda engine) has lost pressure.


Dear Modad,
First one must see if the problem is in the Honda engine or in the pump. So you must try the Honda with no load. You can remove the gun from the pump, but leave the water supply going into the pump. In this way you still have some cooling effect from the water. Now with no load you try the Honda engine. If it is possible tune and set the Honda engine to work correctly. Now if the Honda runs smoothly,...then the problem is in the pump. Regarding the pump try the system by attaching the gun with no NOZZLE/ or LANCE. Open and close the gun to see reaction of Honda Engine. If in this case the Honda runs OK....then attach a NOZZLE so that you have pressure and load. If the Honda starts to die down, this could be that the Honda needs servicing. This like having a car and uphill it will stall and dies down. Here the engine needs servicing. One small thing to look for. I came across Honda driven pumps which have a cable coming from the Honda's carbureter to the head of the pump. When the gun is released the cable is pulled from the head of the pump by means of a piston type valve and this in turn will reduce the speed of the Honda. As you see it is difficult for me to pinpoint the real cause when I do not know the model number and type of pump you have. But if you go by these guide lines you shuld find the fault. Remember...ALWAYS try HONDA ENGINE without load first. I also wish to add that the Honda could be working OK...but then the pump has some problem that it is stopping the Honda. So the pump could also for some reason be jammed and this needs the pump to be serviced. Another hint is very simple. If the Honda is not getting to its maximum power and revs...then the pump will drop pressure.
I gave you various hints to tackle the problem by simple elimination. But you must be able to know how to service the Honda or Pump yourself. To repeat and remind you...check the honda and service the Honda with NO LOAD!! Thyen tackle the PUMP.
Regards,
Fulltech.

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Karcher 2400 psi blaster When you release the trigger it will not pick up pressure when you use it again


To determine if your problem is due to an easily replaceable part, follow these steps:

1. Connect the water supply hose, the pressure hose, and the wand WITHOUT any nozzle tip.

2. Turn on the water supply, and press the trigger until water is smoothly running out of the nozzle
after any air is all purged out. Release the nozzle trigger.

3. Start the engine, and let it warm up for about 30 seconds.

4. With the engine running smoothly, press the nozzle trigger. The water should flow out of the nozzle (without the tip installed) at a faster rate, while the engine noticeably loads down as it used to do before your "no pressure" problem. If it does not load down, turn it OFF, and disconnect everything, and contact a Karcher repair facility.

5. If the engine does load down, release the trigger, and install one of the nozzle tips (not the black one).

6. Press the trigger, and the engine should load down, and you should have normal pressure from the wand. After you release the trigger and press it again, you will probably again have no pressure, and the engine will not load down. Removing the nozzle tip, pressing & releasing the trigger, and re-installing the tip should give you normal pressure again, but releasing the trigger will cause no pressure until you again remove the tip, press the trigger, and re-install the tip.

This is caused by a bad UNLOADER VALVE, which is located under a black cap with a metal button on it located on the top front of the pump. I don't know if you can purchase the replaceable parts from a Karcher repair shop, but when a neighbor & I took his washer to a repair place, it looked pretty simple to do this repair, and he was charged about $60 to replace a $5 (maybe) part, and it took about 5 minutes.

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