Operation

menzimuck

Operation

Menzi Muck A61

excess fuel consumption. Incorrect fuel type. Use the correct fuel type.

electrical system

inadequately charged.

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Air filter clogged or dirty. Repair air filter.

Engine overload. Reduce load.

Incorrect valve play. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

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

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

Turbocharger defective. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Engine temperature low. Check thermostat.

Excessive electrical consumption by

accessories.

Remove accessory or fit a higher output generator.

Excess idling. Increase engine speed to compensate for any excessive

Bad electrical connections at battery, earth

cable, starter or generator.

electrical load.

Check and clean as required.

Battery defective. Check battery, replace as required.

Rotary current generator defective. Check rotary current generator, replace as required.

Batteries will not charge. Loose or corroded battery connections. Clean battery connections and tighten.

Starter motor will not turn

over.

Starter motor turns over

too slowly

entire electrical system

inoperable.

Batteries worn. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Ribbed V-belt stretched or belt tensioner

defective.

Adjust belt setting or replace belt.

Rotary current generator defective. Check rotary current generator, replace as required.

Loose or corroded battery connections. Clean loose connections and tighten.

Battery power low. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Starter motor current relay defective. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Main system fuse burned out. Replace fuse.

Starter motor defective . Check starter motor, replace as required.

Battery power low. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

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

Loose or corroded battery connections. Clean loose connections and tighten.

Main switch turned off. Turn on main switch.

Damaged battery connection Clean battery connections and tighten.

Worn batteries. Contact approved workshop or engine dealer

Main fuse burned out. Replace fuse.

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