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Topic: Need start aid to fire up when warm
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Godzilla

01-24-2015 13:00:50
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I have a 1990 710 C John Deere backhoe that starts when cold but I still have to use starter fluid even when it is warmed up to restart it. I've checked the shut off switch on the pump and it seems to be working, looking for HELP please Al

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Godzilla

01-25-2015 04:48:41
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Re: Need start aid to fire up when warm in reply to Godzilla, 01-24-2015 13:00:50  
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No it spins just as fast hot or cold and It has all kinds of power so I don't think compression is an issue. The odd time you can catch it and it will start if you happen to stall it for some reason but the most of the time you have to use the start aid button, and that's getting costly at $55.00 a bottle. Thanks for taking the time to reply anymore ideas would be welcome Al

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Tx Jim

01-26-2015 04:46:53
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Re: Need start aid to fire up when warm in reply to Godzilla, 01-25-2015 04:48:41  
Your tractor sounds as if the inj pump has enough wear in head & rotor that when diesel gets warm it gets too thin for pump to pump the fuel. I've heard of pouring cool water on a non-turning inj pump to shrink clearances in pump to enable it to pump.The ether can I see in the 710C parts catalog cost RE556468 Starting Aid - STARTING AID, DIETHYL ETHER 4.00 USD

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Godzilla

01-26-2015 13:18:33
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Re: Need start aid to fire up when warm in reply to Tx Jim, 01-26-2015 04:46:53  
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I guess it sounds like a dealer job if that is the case ,is there any way to check this out with out disassemblely

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Re: Need start aid to fire up when warm in reply to Godzilla, 01-26-2015 13:18:33  
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I've heard of pouring cool water on a non-turning inj pump to shrink clearances in pump to enable it to pump so engine will start without the need foe ether.

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Re: Need start aid to fire up when warm in reply to Godzilla, 01-24-2015 13:00:50  
Does engine spin as fast when attempting to crank warm as it does cold? If it spins slower you could install if not already there a hyd pump destroking screw(parts key 6).

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