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post #1 of 3 Old 01-24-2009, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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HOOP and no start

Hey guys I have a no start issue and while looking I noticed the is only about 3/8's inch of oil in the bottom of the HPOP. I was wondering if prolonged cold starts could cause this. And if it can , can I reprime the hpop. If not , I know ORiellies sells the jpops and do you have to prime those?

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hpop fills it self but if cold may not. can prime it with reg engine oil

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Got it running. It had been very cold and the glow plugsare bad on one side. I checked the oil on the hpop and there was about 3/8 inch of oil in the bottom. I filled it twice and put the charger on it a couple of hours. The engin spun for about 30 or so secs , wasn't even trying to hit. Then it started, running on like 4 cylinders. Then it picked up the others 1 at a time. It seems to be finenow. Thanks for the help.

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