Do the European HDJ80 cruiser's need to have the BEB's done? Was there a problem with them like the 80's from Japan?
This HDJ80 is from the Canary Islands and already has 380,000KM's on her with no issues.
SO what do you think of this Green Machine? Those decals are not decals. They where painted on.
Don't know to much about these HJ60's. Was wondering what you guys thought? Thanks
Cruiser runs at a lower idle now that this delete has been done. Cruiser idles up when I turn on my AC. I like how she idles now and
runs. I have had no problems with anything since this delete. Just have peace of mind now that I won't be having any metal shavings
going thru my IP since this...
Sorry it took so long to do this. I saved one of the 5mm hex head bolts that came out of the ACSD.
The size is M6x1.00. The length you need is 3/8in. long measuring from the very top of the head of the bolt.
That size and length will get that block off plate bolted on with no problems.
I got my block of plate and O ring from Miller Diesel. Then you need 16in.'s of 3/8 coolant line.
That is all you need to complete this ACSD delete.
I posted the parts numbers for the block of plate and O ring. Your local diesel shop should have these parts in stock!!
I will find out the size and can tell you the length when I get home today. You will need to get new 5mm bolts that are longer cause you don't
have the transmission kick down cable bracket there bolted to the top of the IP.
This job will be easy for you. Take that 12mm nut off the ACSD and then...
There is no reason to advance the IP. That is what Radd Cruisers told me also. I just got back from my 1st test drive
and there is a huge difference in the way it acts and idles!! Idles lower than it did before and idles right where it should
with the AC turned on... Now I don't have to worry...
Finished this ACSD removal up this morning. I used a medium plastic container to catch the fuel from the side of the IP. That
worked very well. Take the top coolant line off the back of the thermo wax and put a bolt into it to plug it. Now you can take the bottom
coolant line off at the engine...
Never had any issues with that killer dowel pin problem with any of my 6bt's. That is a simple
fix also on those motors. Reminds me a lot of this ACSD problem that you could have on these 1 HDT's.
Now that it has stopped raining this morning I will go out and pull the thermo was out and put...
Sorry was told to do that after it shuts off from the air in the fuel system. Will let everyone know
if it shuts off like my buddy says. He is a trained diesel tech and have built many of the best diesel
engines in the world. THE CUMMINGS!!! Wish this 81 had a 6BT in it instead of this 1 HDT...
So here is what I learned doing this thermo wax removal.
1st remove the 2 throttle linkage arms. I then removed the 3 5mm bolts that held my cruise control and tranny cable
bracket on. After that I took the 12mm bolt that held the thermo wax linkage on where those 2 big springs on.