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0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE

TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE Problem Cause Solution Nothing Works Battery Recharge or replace. Nothing Works (Except clock) Batteries Undercharged Starting Motor Will Not Turn Starter Solenoid Chatters Starter Motor Turns but Will Not Crank Engine Battery relay Replace relay. Loose or corroded connections Alternator belt loose Alternator not charging Fuse Key switch failure Battery undercharged or dead Battery cables making poor connections Fusible link Key switch Start relay Starter solenoid Starter Starter pinion jammed in flywheel gear Major engine failure Poor connections at batteries or starter Low battery charge Starter solenoid “hold-in” windings open Starter pinion gear not engaging flywheel ring gear Pinion shift mechanism jammed or malfunctioning Pinion gear teeth broken Flywheel gear teeth broken Engine Cranks Slowly Battery cables damaged or broken internally Battery or starter cable connections loose or corroded 11-4 Clean and tighten or replace batteries. Tighten or install new belt. See your authorized dealer. Replace fuse. Replace key switch. Recharge or replace battery. Clean connections. Replace fusible link. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. Repair or replace start motor. Repair or replace starter. See your authorized dealer. Clean connections. Recharge or replace batteries. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. See your authorized dealer. Inspect and replace cables. Clean and tighten connections.

TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE Problem Cause Solution Exhaust Gas is White Wrong fuel Drain tank. Use correct fuel. Cold engine Run engine until warm. Thermostat faulty or too “cool” See your authorized dealer. Injection pump out of time See your authorized dealer. Coolant leakage into engine cylinder See your authorized dealer. Turbocharger Excessively Noisy or Vibrates Oil Dripping from Turbocharger Adapter Excessive Drag in Turbocharger Rotating Members Bearings not lubricated Worn bearings Air leak in engine, intake or exhaust manifold Improper clearance between turbine wheel and turbine housing Broken blades on turbine Damaged or worn bearings and/or worn seals Excessive crankcase pressure Turbocharger oil return line carbon build up where line passes exhaust manifold Carbon build-up behind turbine wheel caused by combustion deposits Dirt build-up behind compressor wheel caused by air intake leaks Bearing seizure or dirty or worn bearings, caused by excessive temperature, unbalanced wheel, dirty oil, oil starvation, or insufficient lubrication 11-5 Insufficient oil pressure. Check for restricted turbocharger oil line. See your authorized dealer. Inspect, repair. See your authorized dealer. Remove exhaust elbow and air inlet hose and inspect. See your authorized dealer. Inspect and clean air cleaner. Check for proper engine service intervals or dirt enter into engine. Check vent tube to ensure tube is not plugged. Clean. Remove line. Inspect, clean. Inspect, clean. Inspect, clean. See your authorized dealer.

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