Case IH MXM 155 Turns over but won't start

Lincsman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire
Try removing an injector and connecting to the pipe again, it should spray a fine mist when cranking just to prove it can get enough pressure.... KEEP AWAY from it as it can penetrate skin.
 

Yazzie

Member
Is it possible to rig temporary fuel tank,5 litre plastic container, with some pipe to see if it is problem with fuel or tank.
 

Vernon

Member
Location
Wiltshire
Could be the pipe that goes down into the bottom of the tank,common fault they crack and allow the fuel to drain back and airlock the system,they can be buggers to bleed!
You could well be on to something there. Have a Tm120 here that needs a new float in the fuel tank. Get down anywhere near half a tank of fuel and its pot luck as to whether it starts. If it fails to start it can be a real pig of a thing to get going again. Often have to crack off a couple of injectors and hope.
Vernon
 

Drillman

Member
Mixed Farmer
You could well be on to something there. Have a Tm120 here that needs a new float in the fuel tank. Get down anywhere near half a tank of fuel and its pot luck as to whether it starts. If it fails to start it can be a real pig of a thing to get going again. Often have to crack off a couple of injectors and hope.
Vernon
Our 155 did that as well. couldn't leave it any length of time with an empty fuel tank.
 

kelletview

Member
Location
Carnforth
We used to have a MXU125 (2005) that wouldn't start in cold weather. It would either start in 4 seconds or not at all. We tried allsorts including an electric radiator and horse rug to keep it warm!. In the end the dealers mechanic got a document from CASE which said it was the wrong grease inside the ignition where the key goes! By this time it was summer and would start first time , and was traded in the autum so don't know if it was that.
 

Ps1

New Member
I'm sorry I must have misunderstood my husband when he was telling me.. It was a line that goes to the thermostat (which is beside the turbo). Since we do have fuel going everywhere it needs to be going, we are assuming that its electrical or a sensor somewhere that is not allowing the engine to start. Was just curious if anyone else has had this problem or any similar problems :)

I have the same problem do you find a solve
 

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