The pencil tip in the pic. Is is the fuel regulator? The 94 model will have one or two senders don't remember , first in the coolant crossover and perhaps one in the head, so disconnect both for testing this. Tomorrow it may start right away. Regarding fuel I do not have the red button that was mentioned but I did check the fuel filter fuse and it was okay. With the cruise on and when I was going uphill the truck would lose power and puke black smoke and then the smoke would stop and I would have plenty of power again. A qualified technician can come to the location of the car to and fix it accordingly.
Condition of Major Grounds removed, cleaned and tightened 16. There isn't any coolant leaking and no play in the water pump shaft bearing. Run a couple of tanks. Another reason for surging: There was a bullitin posted about this for certain year trucks. If I try to climb a vertical wall with the front drivers side tire, the truck will climb about 2 inch's and the motor will start chugging and it will not go any higher. Otherwise you will be towing the truck out with a totaled engine. Generation one and two powerstrokes will vary in their glow plug control, but I will keep this simple.
Nothing should have been that hard. Bleed air from the system after replacing lines by removing the fuel line inlet at the primary fuel filter and cranking the engine until diesel flows from the line. If it's problematic it will cause all kinds of issues. Mark this new level with a scriber or file and fill only to this new level. White Smoke Most diesels with an engine temperature below about 80 F. Do you notice loss of dash or instruments? The lesson learned here is that these torsional dampening crankshaft pulleys like harmonic dampers don't last forever, and should be replaced whenever you notice any deterioration, or as a routine preventive measure sometime between 100,000 and 200,000 miles.
These lines can get eaten by the newer blends of biodiesel which will disintegrate them and fail. Otherwise you will be towing the truck out with a totaled engine. The rubber insert on this particular torsional dampening crankshaft pulley had completely failed, resulting in a broken crankshaft. The first time it happened the check engine sensor went on. The last time I did one was at 80,000 miles and now I have 170,000 miles. His engine was now smoking.
Thank you for your advice. Chevy did then start again and run for 20 mins with no problems turned it of and prob re appeared again sometimes wouldn't start at all then will splutters and dies and sometimes will restart again but won't run for long? It turned out to be the throttle sensor which is attached to the gas pedal. One goes to the vacuum pump the other goes to wastegate actuator. A problem exists if your engine continues to produce white smoke with the engine at operating temperature. Drain the sump completely, refill with the exact quantity of oil to Mazda spec.
New biodiesel lines are viton lined. The checklist below was given to me on my thread. I didnt belive it either but a tech told me to try it one day i was stranded and it came on and ran till i got home but it showed the pump was junk. Lift pump test - Describe results. A new injection pump comes with a fuel shutoff solenoid which could go bad and a cold advance switch.
In this case they all worked loose causing the bolt holes in the pulley to enlarge enough for the pulley to partially break away from the flange causing it to go off center. I checked the oil level and tried filling the inj. The fuel pump primes like it should and the engine is getting fuel, I checked the fuel pressure at the shreader valve and its spitting out fuel. You can see if it somehow got reset or possibly is bad. This switch can prevent the electric lift pump from functioning. Guess it was the injectors all along 92 Diesel Feels Sluggish when going up Hill The 92 - 93 trucks are equiped with a mechinical 3 speed automatic transmission. You could have a ruptured fuel pressure regulator inside the intake manifold.
Bad fuel pump, bad crank sensor if you have one , or bad ignition coils. Clunk when the Engine is Turned Off Make sure you check your pulleys and your harmonic damper on a regular basis, failure can mean crankshaft breakage. The first thing I'd do is return the air intake system to stock configuration and make sure that all the gaskets and seals are water tight. This owner was changing his glow plugs and broke one off. Do you have excessive cranking time before the engine starts? Another remote possibility is Vapor lock in the fuel lines. What happens when you spray some starter fluid into the air intake and then try to it? If the rocker arm bolts are loose it will cause the valve to open at the wrong time. But its as if fuel is not being distributed to the injectors all the time.