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Search: Posts Made By: PileusD36
Forum: Diesel 09-30-2014
Replies: 2
Views: 447
Posted By FarCry
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Parts Manual

You mean like this? http://www.lsm-diesel.dk/2012/yanmar/pdf/motordele_2qm15.pdf
Forum: Diesel 09-30-2014
Replies: 13
Views: 676
Posted By FarCry
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Cooling Maintenance

When was the last time you replaced the two zincs in the block? If they are very worn they can fall off the stud and pieces could migrate into your cooling system. I don't have a manual in front of...
Forum: Diesel 09-30-2014
Replies: 13
Views: 676
Posted By JimsCAL
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Cooling Maintenance

Many like Rydlyme.

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I used oxalic acid from the local hardware store. Seemed to work...
Forum: Diesel 09-28-2014
Replies: 13
Views: 676
Posted By JeffBurright
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Cooling Maintenance

I second Rockter's advice about cleaning up the temp sender in the back of the engine, as well as mucking out the chamber the sender goes in. I had this problem on my engine (same model as yours),...
Forum: Diesel 09-28-2014
Replies: 13
Views: 676
Posted By Rockter
Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Cooling Maintenance

Pileus :

The motor is raw water-cooled, and with time, it tends to scale up somewhat. My old Volvo MD17C is also raw water-cooled, and after about 20 years I had to strip it (for other reasons...
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