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Subject: Diesel Leaks

Paul Whitehead (Nausius)
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Date Posted: 13:06:54 26/10/2007 Fri

Being a caring and dutiful owner I removed the injectors from the 4.107 in my 8m last winter and had them properly serviced. Since refitting I have spent all season trying to cure the leaks from the banjo connections on the tops of numbers 3 & 4 as well as other joints that were disturbed. Have tried new copper washers (twice), various sealants, paint and even superglue to try to cure them but it's still diesel out / air in! Has anyone a suggestion as to how to turn our pongy old tub back into the sweet-smelling boat she once was?

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Re: Diesel LeaksDaid20:35:26 26/10/2007 Fri
Re: Diesel LeaksColin Vinson21:29:02 30/10/2007 Tue

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