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I have 6110 john deere it's getting fuel in the crank case what's the normal cause

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Or your fuel solenoid not working. I install a fuel shut-off in line be for carb. No more problems.

Posted on Apr 04, 2015

  • Eugene Rounds Apr 04, 2015

    Dennis did you even look at the IPL for the 6110? No Carburetor

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IPL indicates this engine uses a fuel injection system which is probably uses diesel fuel.

Don't know a lot about fuel injector systems but it is either a leaky injector or leaky injector pump. With my luck it probably would be the pump seals.

Posted on Apr 04, 2015

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Sticking float in the carb

Posted on Apr 04, 2015

  • Eugene Rounds Apr 04, 2015

    Ray, The JD 6110 has no carburetor.

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