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 08-29-2003, 06:05 Post: 62852
marty
2003-08-29 06:05:48
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 Yanmar 1610D Service question

Hello,
I am excited to be a new "USED" Yanmar owner. I am looking for a service/parts manual for a 1610D. I am also looking for the right and left side brush guards that bolt onto the hood.

Are there any weak points to this unit? Trouble areas should check before use? What type of maintanace should be done? Does anyone have the napa filter numbers? What weight of oil? Ratio for coolant? Lens Website/phone number?

Thank You,

Marty






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 08-29-2003, 07:58 Post: 62859
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 Yanmar 1610D Service question

I remember the excitement with my new used Ford too. Good feeling to hang on to. I can't help much with specifics. I'll wait to see how if there are responses that give specifics before turning to some 'in general' sorts of things.

Well, maybe a few 'in general' comments. If it starts easily and doesn't make a lot of smoke there's likely not much to worry about in the engine (diesels do make some gray or white smoke till they warm up). Coolant rations are inevitably 50% and diesels take diesel rated (low silicon) coolant. It's good to get confirmation but most all reasonably compacts take about the same engine and hydraulic oil. It's pretty universal stuff. I use a diesel rated fuel conditioner with injector pump lubricant. My Ford pump was engineered before low-sulfur diesel and it probably can use some help with lubrication. Many fuel conditioners also have anti-gel ingredients that may be important during the winter.

I'd probably change the engine and hydraulic oil, filters and coolant on general principal unless there's very good maintenance documentation from the previous owner. Having a manual is good because there usually are about three drains on the rear and three on the front axle if it's 4wd. Most any high-pressure grease works, and I'd grease it. It's easy to miss the center axle pivot point on 4wd tractors. Some injector pumps require a bit of engine added in a port on top of the pump as part of an oil change. It'd be good to know if that's needed. However, most times it won't do serious damage if it's neglected.

I would check the tightness of wheel lugs, loader frames etc. Specific adjustments probably should wait on getting a manual or comments from somebody who knows the tractor.






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