V3800 - T V2403 V3307 Diesel Engine Assembly For Kubota 185 161
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Place of Origin: Japan
Brand Name: Kubota
Model Number: V3800-T
Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: Neutral Package or Fumigation Free
Delivery Time: 5 - 8 work days
Payment Terms: D/P, T/T
Supply Ability: 10 pieces
Specifications
Excavator Model: Kubota 185
Engine Model: V3800-T
Product Name: Diesel Engine Assembly
Condition: New
Power: 45.8kw
Color: Same As Pictures
Material: Steel
Type: Diesel Engine
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V3800 - T V2403 V3307 Diesel Engine Assembly For Kubota 185 161

 

 

Specification Of Diesel Engine Assembly

 

Car name: Complete Engine
Model Number: V3800T
Cylinder stroke: 100
Application: Excavator
Cylinder diameter: 120
valve: 8 vlave
Cooling: Water cooling
Output: 37-75kw
Injection: Direction
Cylinders of number: 4

 

 

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The Most Common Diesel Engine Problems and Solutions
Problems with diesel engines can be very daunting when you begin to experience diesel problems, especially when you’re unfamiliar with the machinery. Issues with diesel engine parts can occur through wear and tear, but sometimes these issues can be more complex.
 
This handy guide explores the most common problems with diesel engines so that you can be prepared and aware in the unfortunate event that you experience difficulty with different diesel engine parts.
 
Issue-Specific and Part-Specific Problems with Diesel Engines
The most common diesel problems can be split into two categories which mostly overlap; issue-specific and part-specific.
 
The four most frequently occurring issue-specific problems are:
 
1. Engine overheating
 
2. Oil leakages
 
3. Oil supply problems
 
4. Using the wrong fuel
 
Now, let’s discuss each of these problems in more detail.
 
1. Engine overheating
 
The number one problem found in diesel engines is engine overheating. Engine overheating is caused when an engine is pushed too hard and can give rise to a whole host of negative side-effects. This is including, but not limited to:
 
• Damage to the bearings and crankshaft.
 
• Pistons expanding and scraping against cylinder walls (crushing the head gasket in the process).
 
• Cylinder heads swelling, distorting and breaking.
 
2. Oil leakages
 
Oil leaks stem largely from issues with diesel engine parts, such as aged seals and gaskets which no longer work effectively. If left unattended, oil leaks can cause serious diesel problems, as they pose both an environmental threat and serious fire risk and can result in complete engine failure.
 
3. Oil supply problems
 
Oil supply problems predominantly stem from either incorrect oil use or a lack of oil. Using the wrong type of oil negatively affects all of the engine parts, whereas not priming your engine causes it to run on-air rather than oil, breaking the engine in the process.
 
4. Using the wrong fuel
 
Diesel engines are highly susceptible to damage caused by misfuelling, which commonly results in either the need for new diesel engine parts or a completely new engine altogether. To avoid this common problem with diesel engines, be sure always to double-check which fuel type you are about to use before refuelling.
 
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