ENGINE WAS RUNNING ABOUT HALF REVS OPPERATOR PUT THE MACHINE UNDER A SMALL AMOUNT OF POWER DEMAND MACHINE STOPED NOW MOTOR CRANKS BUT WONT START THE FILTERS ARE CLEAN ITS GOT PLENTY OF FUEL IN THE TANK AND NO ERROR CODES CAME UP?
THIS IS FOR A CATERPILLAR 330C EXCAVATOR WITH THE C9 ENGINE
The C-9 Cat is an electronic engine with an E.C.M.. THOUGH THE ENGINE IS A QUALITY ENGINE it could be a simple loose wire, driver in the ECM faulty, transfer pump probles, sensor problem, can not read engine position, the engine is equipped with a H.E.U.I. PUMP..... PUMP CREATES VERY HIGH OIL PRESSURE AND ASSISTS THE FIRING OF THE INJECTORS, caterpilllar diagnostic tool E.T. (LAPTOP WITH SPECIAL SOFTWARE)HAS A CRANK AND CHECK DIAGNOSTIC PRESSURE TEST EITHER IT PASSES OR NOT. I SUSPECT THIS IS MOST LIKELY YOUR PROBLEM, I AM LOCATED IN FORTWORTH, TEXAS AND I DO HAVE THIS PROGRAM IF YOU HAPPEN TO BE CLOSE I am 24/7. [email protected]
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How many rounds are you capping off on one trip to to the range? If it a 100 rounds or more, your weapon will retain a small amount more burnt powder and the lacquer coating on the cartridges, but it really is hardly noticeable, but still need to keep your weapon clean no matter if you are using copper. Made in USA. The mp (military /police) is a cheap version of that rifle with no cover over the breech, and no clambering damper. Still worth 5-6 hundred new.. The firing pin cruds up, and if it was fired before you got it and wasn't cleaned that would do it. If it fires, it will jam! Try the dirty gun stenerio, not a bad choice, Colt or Armalite get a little more respect and higher price. Never give up on a 15 , parts are available and reasonable price, and ther are a million upgrades , but careful not to find that you have made it too heavy
Normally gasket has not to be replaced after battery change.But all depends of the use.For example if you wear the watch in salt or pool water and never flash it with fresh, clean water after,it may be a cause of gasket wear.Remove the back cover.Replace all 4 batteries(be sure first that you can do thiswith extreme caution as all parts are tiny).Remove gasket.Check gasket condition(cracks,gasket too dry and hard).If gasket OK, apply a small amount of special silicon compound for watch gaskets,all around and to all sides of the gasket,put it back in place,carefully.Be sure that gasket is set correctly all around.Put the back cover in place and screw with much caution (not too tight-a little resistance).Your watch now normally is water resistant.But if you want to be 100% sure,take the watch to a serious repair center where it will be tested under pressure ( 3 Atm average).Then they will tell you if your watch is 100% water resistant.
mcdevito75 here, If the crystal is original Glass from the watch manufacturer Skagen, that would account for the jump in price, and of course the amount of time from the last time the crystal was changed. BEST BET, keep shopping for a small watch repair shop in your area, a small out of the way place where prices may be lower..
mcdevito75 here, The exhaust smoke you see is the burned air and fuel mixtue your engine makes to power the engine and thus your car, depending on the color and amount of smoke from the exhaust, some engine problems can be recognized.
Automatic, or "self-winding" watches get their power from movement of your wrist throughout the day. Unless you're quite active the amount of movement is just about enough to keep it running till the next day. However, if you let the watch run down completely as you did when you were away, there is no reserve power left. The solution is simple: just manually wind the watch and you'll be good to go. To manually wind the watch unscrew the crown as if you were going to set the watch but do not pull it out as would for setting. Wind the watch about 40-50 turns and it will run fine if you wear it every day.