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Originally Posted by Capnblu View Post
Before you waste any time or $, do a wet, and dry compression me the set of #'s, or post them on this thread, and I or someone else, will run through it with you, and everyone else, if you want. You need to do it for each cylinder. If I recall correctly... you said something to the effect that it was running great, and had about 1700 hrs? And there was oil in the heat exchanger? Don't pull the head, yet! Please....
What else could it be other than a blown gasket or cracked head? I don't have an oil cooler or tranny cooler.

What do you mean by wet and dry compression test? What ballpark numbers should I be looking for on a compression test? The test sets I've found so far only go to 300PSI.

Do you work on these for a living? Do you have experience with marine diesels?


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