Starting fluid

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Well I’ve checked to see if it’s getting fuel and it is all the way to the rail with the three gear things! It’s a 2005 model, I will check to see if the injectors are getting fuel tomorrow. I might have to take it in😩😩. I’ll post again tomorrow. Thanks for all the help☮️✌🏻
 
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Is your battery good? Sometimes they crank but crank slow.

Battery is fully charged, spins like always.
Someone mentioned the glow plugs the dash shows the symbol as always stays on for nine seconds when motor is cold!
 
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I have lived my life with junk. Never have I had to take an injector pump off. I have one that is a 1958 model, and diesel. It has never been off. You have a glow plug problem or a starvation problem. I don't think it's the shut off. But you can pull it and take the plunger off and install back and check it that way. I don't use starting fluid. WD-40 or gas on a soaked rag is less violent than starting fluid. And I put it outside the air cleaner so it mixes with some air before it gets inside engine.
 
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I have lived my life with junk. Never have I had to take an injector pump off. I have one that is a 1958 model, and diesel. It has never been off. You have a glow plug problem or a starvation problem. I don't think it's the shut off. But you can pull it and take the plunger off and install back and check it that way. I don't use starting fluid. WD-40 or gas on a soaked rag is less violent than starting fluid. And I put it outside the air cleaner so it mixes with some air before it gets inside engine.

Thanks I will try that later!
 
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Well the glow plugs are getting power 9 + volts. I’m going to call a couple of dealers tomorrow, I’ve had the best luck with a Kioti dealer in Washington about an hour away
Have to rent a trailer and winch it up.
The one close by is fairly new and I wasn’t impressed with the work ethic there!
I’ll post when I have more info!
Thanks everyone for your input. I know I can always count on the TBN family!👍🏻
 
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I remember back in the day with my old International 6.2. I had the hairdryer / gas soaked rag to get it to pop when it was below freezing. Nice motor but totally gutless.
 
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I forgot to mention I did try the gas soaked rag and no fire 🔥.😩
 
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I just thought of something. How can I raise the loader up to get the tractor on the trailer?
 
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Just use your other tractor to lift the loader...lol You can use a floor jack just hold the joy stick in the up position....
 
 
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