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Hi i have a dm2 which has had a top end averhaul. Since overhaul i have had running issues, it splutters and coughs randomly for abit ( can be 5 seconds can be 5 minutes) . Injectors have been done injector pump has been done exhaust valves have been done new oil and filters new fuel and air filter. Any ideas please.

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Air in the fuel lines?

If so check for the fuel system for air leaks and bleed the injectors.

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On 04/04/2019 at 12:45, Mike the Boilerman said:

Get the bloke back who did the top end rebuild!

 

 

 

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After weeks of issues finally tracked down air leak it was the glass bowl on lift pump not seating correctly.... happy boating everone.

On 04/04/2019 at 12:18, cuthound said:

Air in the fuel lines?

If so check for the fuel system for air leaks and bleed the injectors.

 

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1 hour ago, Lloyd71 said:

After weeks of issues finally tracked down air leak it was the glass bowl on lift pump not seating correctly.... happy boating everone.

 

Glass? Is that BSS compliant?

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3 minutes ago, David Mack said:

Glass? Is that BSS compliant?

 

No it isn't but you knew that didn't you?

 

It is also a good example of one of those stupid BSS rules that can safely be ignored in my opinion. 

 

 

(As opposed to most of them which are sensible and good.)

 

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22 hours ago, David Mack said:

Glass? Is that BSS compliant?

Nobut it is for the far more stringent MCA inspection :banghead:

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23 hours ago, Mike the Boilerman said:

 

No it isn't but you knew that didn't you?

Not according to this:

 

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=PDI8DwAAQBAJ&pg=PP39&lpg=PP39&dq=bss+compliant+glass+bowl&source=bl&ots=YvENwi8hiY&sig=ACfU3U33Jv40sLj7oW3jHxN-7cAZJLiY6w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiRgOPp7f7hAhWjRxUIHTsOBIQQ6AEwDXoECAgQAQ#v=onepage&q=bss compliant glass bowl&f=false

 

That says glass is OK

 

Richard

 

MORE: They are OK for non-private boats according to the BSS:

 

https://www.boatsafetyscheme.org/boat-examination-and-certification/non-private-boats/part-2-inboard-engines/fuel-filters/

 

I don't think they are mentioned in the private boat scheme

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31 minutes ago, RLWP said:

I had to change my water trap glass for aluminium on my first BSC check, 2000.!

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1 minute ago, Boater Sam said:

I had to change my water trap glass for aluminium on my first BSC check, 2000.!

 

So did I!

 

So either examiners are making rules up again, or the rules have changed recently.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Mike the Boilerman said:

 

So did I!

 

So either examiners are making rules up again, or the rules have changed recently.

 

 

Perhaps its another debacle like the all metal spill rails we had to fit, now they allow bits of rubber hose. 

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Changing a glass sedimenter bowl is a very sensible move.........Ive seen the things break just from being tightened to stop a leak,and broke one myself with just a touch of a spanner.............The catch is the ally bowl is very expensive.............good reason to change to spin ons.

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