John Deere 6830

David818

New Member
Hi everyone Was just wondering did any one ever come across the problem I'm having with my 6830 it's putting diesel into cylinder 6 when parked up and when u start it It puts it out the exhaust I have had all injecter checked and they came back ok So was wondering can it leak in from return pipes Has any one heard off this before
 

Timbo

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Location
Gods County
Hi everyone Was just wondering did any one ever come across the problem I'm having with my 6830 it's putting diesel into cylinder 6 when parked up and when u start it It puts it out the exhaust I have had all injecter checked and they came back ok So was wondering can it leak in from return pipes Has any one heard off this before
Are you sure its diesel ?
Be careful you don't bend a rod with liquid on top the piston
 

flywheel

Member
Location
wae up north
Check your other 5 injector s . It is possible it's more than one that is faulty... Ps your lucky you haven't got a missing cylinder as fluid on top of piston will wreck it.. Which it will if you can't find where diesel is coming from & get sorted.
 

David818

New Member
Check your other 5 injector s . It is possible it's more than one that is faulty... Ps your lucky you haven't got a missing cylinder as fluid on top of piston will wreck it.. Which it will if you can't find where diesel is coming from & get sorted.
It's after getting all injecter,s done The injector it's giving trouble on got a new nozzle I thought about swapping them to see if problem moves
 

Lazy Eric

Member
Check your other 5 injector s . It is possible it's more than one that is faulty... Ps your lucky you haven't got a missing cylinder as fluid on top of piston will wreck it.. Which it will if you can't find where diesel is coming from & get sorted.
As above your lucky no wrecked piston, I had it where injector on number 1 was leaking , bits of piston melted , smashed the valves , head , bits sucked through turbo etc. The result is it cost us 8.5k to rebuild it. Get it fixed , just go to JD stealer as your first loss will be your cheapest.That is to get it fixed.
 

Tractortech

Member
Location
Cumbria
It's after getting all injecter,s done The injector it's giving trouble on got a new nozzle I thought about swapping them to see if problem moves
The amount of work there is involved with changing these injectors, I would use genuine JD Reman injectors.. They have 12 months warranty..
Have you replaced the copper washers on the bottom of injector bore and used the correct installation procedure??
 

Timbo

Member
Location
Gods County
The amount of work there is involved with changing these injectors, I would use genuine JD Reman injectors.. They have 12 months warranty..
Have you replaced the copper washers on the bottom of injector bore and used the correct installation procedure??

I have a source for genuine brand new Denso's at hugely less £££ than the dealer, cant trust the reman ones ime.

As for installation, I was thinking about if spill could somehow leak into the cylinders when it's shut off, but he'd have lots of chuffing when running from combustion gasses or it inflating the diesel tank from same if the injector seat was cracked etc ???
 

flywheel

Member
Location
wae up north
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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

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