3TN66 3TNE68 Used Engine Heads For Excavator PC25 PC30 119265 - 11700
Specification Of Used Engine Heads
|Type: Engine cylinder head||Model Number: 3TN66|
|Application: Excavator||Type: Diesel Engine|
|Type: Eddy injection||valve: 6 valve|
|Car Make: Yanmar||Number of Cylinders: 3|
Why Does a Cylinder Head Fail?
The number one reason that we see cylinder heads fail is due to overheating. This overheating can be caused by coolant loss or restricted flow of the coolant. When a cylinder head is cracked or damaged, it can result in damage to your whole engine in some cases, which is why it’s critical to act upon this issue as soon as possible. If you notice high oil consumption, your engine overheating, or poor fuel mileage, then make sure you get your cylinder head and engine checked out to see if a replacement is the best option for you.
Why Is The Cylinder Head Important?
The cylinder head is designed to control the airflow in and out of the cylinders. It helps to control the fuel deployment process, holding the injectors and valves. In fact, it actually contains more moving parts than you’ll find elsewhere in the engine, which is why it’s critical for the overall performance of your engine.
The cylinder head was originally invented by Samuel Dalziel Heron, an aerospace engineer born in Britain. During his time working there, he researched the first air-cooled cylinders before relocating to the USA to continue his career. The cylinder head is now an instrumental part of any vehicle, with various designs based on the car you are driving. It’s important to learn the signs of a cracked cylinder head, which will ensure you get it replaced or repaired when needed.
How Do You Know If Your Cylinder Head Is Cracked or Damaged?
If you have a cracked cylinder head, there are many signs you might notice to indicate this. Firstly, you may notice white smoke or steam coming from the exhaust pipe, suggesting a failure in this area. Low coolant levels or the engine overheating are other common symptoms of a cracked cylinder head.
Your vehicle performance is likely to be impacted if your cylinder head is cracked, with poor running conditions or misfiring. The warning lights may be illuminated on your dashboard, suggesting you need to check the engine. Finally, combustion gases in the cooling system are another common issue we see when the cylinder head cracks, encouraging you to seek assistance from a garage as soon as possible.