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Does anyone know the recommended idling speed for a Yanmar 4JH2--TE? Should it be different if a Seafrost Refrigeration compressor is installed? Thanks
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Re: Peter

I have the 4jh2 UTE and it idles about 750revs, I have an isotherm which which obviously has no effect on the idle revs.

I have not got the specs for the engine in front of me but if needed can locate in a few days.
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A eutectic compressor should [from memory] be run at fairly constant revs and the engine size you have would only need to sit at about 1100 revs. I will look further at this and post it. As soon as the compressor kicks in, it would normally draw the required revs.

Of course glazing of the injectors etc etc, but you'd know about that.
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