4M40 Diesel Engine Second Hand Crankshaft For Excavator E308 ME202013 ME203551 MD620109
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4M40 Diesel Engine Second Hand Crankshaft For Excavator E308 ME202013 ME203551 MD620109
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Place of Origin: Japan
Brand Name: Mitsubishi
Model Number: 4M40
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4M40 Second Hand Crankshaft

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ME202013 Second Hand Crankshaft

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ME203551 Second Hand Diesel Engine Crankshaft

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Packaging Details: Neutral Package or Fumigation Free
Delivery Time: 5 - 8 work days
Payment Terms: D/P, T/T
Supply Ability: 10 pieces
Specifications
Product Name: Used Fuel Injection Pump
Excavator Model: E308
Engine Model: 4M40
Part Number: ME203551
Type: Diesel Engine
Quality: High Quality
Color: Same As Pictures
Material: Metal
Product Description

 

 

4M40 Used Fuel Injection Pump For Excavator E308 ME202013 ME203551 MD620109

 

 

Specification

 

Product name: Engine crankshaft Model Number: 4JJ1
Application: Excavator Part code: ME202013
Staus: Normal valve: 8 valve
Size: Standard Number of Cylinders: 4
Cooling: Water cooling Injection: Eddy Injection

 

 

Description

 

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Crankshaft Seal

The crankshaft seal is the seal located on the front of the engine that seals the end of the crankshaft with the timing cover. Most crankshaft seals are made of rubber and metal and are round in shape. They are usually installed in the front timing cover and seal the end of the crankshaft as it rotates. While they are a relatively simple component, they serve an important purpose in keeping the oil that is constantly being used and tossed by the crankshaft as it rotates from leaking out of the engine’s crankcase. When they fail they can cause leaks which can make a mess, and if left unattended, can put the engine at risk of serious damage. Usually a crankshaft seal will display a few symptoms that can alert the driver that there may be an issue that should be serviced.

 

High mileage
If your vehicle is approaching high mileage, perhaps upwards of one hundred thousand miles, then the crankshaft seal may be approaching the end of it’s recommended service life. All manufacturers have a recommended service interval for most of the components on a vehicle. Servicing the crankshaft seal according to the recommended service interval can prevent the seal from failing in the first place, which can cause other problems.

 

Oil leaks
Oil leaks are the most common symptom of a problem with the crankshaft seal. If the crankshaft seal dries out, cracks, or breaks, it can cause an oil leak. Small leaks can cause oil to accumulate on the undersides of the engine, while larger ones may produce a drip of oil from the front of the engine.

 

The crankshaft seal is mounted behind the engine’s main crankshaft pulley, so servicing it requires the removal of the belts and crankshaft pulley and harmonic balancer before it can be accessed. For this reason, if you suspect your crankshaft seal may be leaking or near the end of its service life, have the vehicle inspected by a professional technician, such as one from YourMechanic. They will be able to look over your car and determine if it needs a crankshaft seal replacement.

 

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