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Case 2290 smokes until warm

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Posted by andy on February 18, 2001 at 18:33:54 from (

I bought a Case 2290 last spring. I have noticed it smokes when it first starts up. After it is warm it has either quit smoking or it can not be seen. It has slightly over 4000 hours. Has great power and will not put out smoke under a heavy load. The smoke looks just like some old semi's I have seen when started - a light blue cloud. If you were in a closed machine shed it probably would fill the place up. The motor has never been worked on. It has had a new turbo. Someone told me the injectors may need to be taken out and "set" for the right pressure. Too
much fuel is getting in to be burnt by the "cold engine". After the engine warms it can "burn" the fuel better. Is this what is going on? I don't see the newer Deere and CaseIH tractors smoking this bad. Suggestions

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