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morant
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2016-12-05          195979


My tractor is smoking light blue smoke when running and popping back through the muffler every once in a while. Oil appears at the base of the muffler. I adjusted the valves by the book and it got better but still doing this.

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2017-01-19          196145


Could be pitted valves/timing..... ....

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2017-01-19          196154


Typically blue smoke in a diesel indicates unburnt oil not fuel. If the exhaust is spitting liquid of any kind that indicates something is not being burned.

If you have both blue smoke and oily stuff being spit out the exhaust that generally indicates you have motor oil making it into the cylinder. That is not good. It could indicate a bad cylinder / possibly broken piston ring.

Does the engine sound normal? Is it reaching normal running temperatures? Is it making normal power?


Best of luck. ....

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