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Old 08-13-2009, 05:17 PM
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Exclamation injectors in, glowplugs out, how much oil?

Stage 1's are in, glowplugs are out, bumping over/turning over to purge oil from cylinders. still pretty heavy oily mist. is this ok
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Old 08-13-2009, 05:44 PM
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keep cranking, but give the starter enough time to cool
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I took an old turkey baster with a tip that would be used to inject fluids into the chicken with. Fit through the hole and sucked all the oil out that I could.


After re-reading, that was through the injector hole, so I dont think you could do it through the glow plug hole. Just keep cranking.
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It will take a little wile man you just need to make sure that you dont have any more oil coming out. and it you keep doing this and it dont stop i would check everything over too.
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you might still have a light mist but if the motor spins pretty easy (yes even with the glow plugs out) you should be good to go. If there was any decent amount of oil in the cylinder you would of heard it blow out when you first cranked the motor over...
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try to let the starter cool as you will need it when you start the thing up lots and lots of cranking.
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like Mrjohnwayne said if its a light mist that looks almost white then your good to go, any time Ive done injectors Ive only had to turn it over three times at the most for two seconds or so each time before all the oil was purged
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