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i have a 175 allis chalmers diesel. perkins 4 cyl. runs great, starts in 0* temps without being plugged in. problem is i am manufacturing oil. level comes up rather rapidly. pretty sure it is fuel. not milky and coolant is ok. came up about 2 qts in 6-8 hrs hard running. as i said it runs perfectly. no smoke while running. some small fuel leaks around inj pump. what would be my most likely source for all this fuel.

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last summer when we had the injection pump rebuilt on our jd 3020 they put something together wrong, and it only took a few hours of running to fill the oil pan with fuel. My dad was unaware of it and didnt know anything was wrong till it started coming out the blow by tube.

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The fuel lift pump could be your problem, I've seen them start leaking and fill the crankcase.

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I have never seen a AC tractor start in 0* temps without help. Over the years I have owned a 175,185,6060,and 8050 they were all very cold blooded.
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if the battery is up to turning it over, it will start. dont even run rough when it starts.

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I have never seen a AC tractor start in 0* temps without help. Over the years I have owned a 175,185,6060,and 8050 they were all very cold blooded.
6690 doesn't mind cold weather

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My 190XT Series III will start as long as the batteries will turn it over. As for your problem, I am going to venture a guess and say the seal on the front of the pump has gone bad and is dumping fuel out the shaft into the front cover and filling the pan.

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thanks, that was my initial thought

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My 190XT Series III will start as long as the batteries will turn it over. As for your problem, I am going to venture a guess and say the seal on the front of the pump has gone bad and is dumping fuel out the shaft into the front cover and filling the pan.
Yep, had a 200 AC do this to me 10 years ago, easy fix.

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will probably try the lift pump first. injector pump will have to be left to a real mechanic. wouldnt know how to set inj timing

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