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impaired performance. Engine overload. Reduce load.

Air intake clogged. Repair air filter.

Fuel filter clogged. Replace filter inserts.

Incorrect fuel type. Use the correct fuel type.

Engine overheated. See "engine overheated"

Engine temperature below normal. Remove thermostat and check.

Incorrect valve play. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Injection nozzles clogged or damaged. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Incorrect injection pump setting. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Turbocharger inoperable. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Exhaust manifold seal not right. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Fuel hose blocked. Clean or replace fuel hose

Top running speed too low. Engine cold. Run engine to normal operating temperature.

Throttle cable defective Check throttle cable

oil pressure low. Oil level low. Top up oil.

Incorrect engine oil. Drain crankcase and fill with the correct viscosity and

quality of oil.

high oil consumption. Incorrect viscosity of engine oil used. Use the correct viscosity of oil.

Oil leak present. Check for leaks in the lines, seals and drain plugs.

Crankcase vent pipe clogged. Clean vent pipe.

Turbocharger defective. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

engine emits white smoke. Incorrect fuel type. Use the correct fuel

Motor emits black or grey

smoke.

Engine temperature low. Run engine to normal operating temperature.

Thermostat defective. Remove thermostat and check.

Electronic fuel injection nozzles defective. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Water in the fuel. Drain filter and replace.

Cylinder head seal defective. Replace cylinder head seal.

Incorrect fuel type. Use the correct fuel

Air filter clogged or dirty. Repair air filter.

Engine overload. Reduce load.

Electronic fuel injection nozzles defective. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Problems with electronic fuel system. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Turbocharger inoperable. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

engine overheats. Engine overload. Reduce load.

Coolant level below minimum. Fill radiator to correct level, check radiator and hoses for

Radiator clogged. Clean radiator.

Radiator fan turns too slow Check speed.

Ribbed V-belt stretched, torn or belt

tensioner defective.

loose connections and leaks.

Check automatic belt tensioner and examine stretched

belt. Replace if necessary .

Engine oil level below minimum. Check oil level. Top up oil as required.

Cooling system needs flushing. Flush cooling system.

Thermostat defective. Remove thermostat and check.

Temperature display or sensor defector. Check coolant temperature with thermometer and replace

as necessary.

Incorrect quality fuel. Use suitable fuel.

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