John and Anne on Bali Hai <annejohn@...>
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wrote: HI, most likely the due to lack
of use the turbo charge is stuck. Pull off hose and clean with
something like CRC 5-56 to free it up. To stop it from happening
again from time to time bring the engine speed up to over 2800 and
let it run for 10 min or more that will keep it free from carboning
up and keep the upper end of the engine free of carbon as well. YOU
WILL NOT HURT THE MOTOR BY DOING THIS>>>> IT IS MENT TO BE!!!
Richard SM 209 in Antiguamake
RPM once and found that an object had fallen against the fuel shutoff valve
in the quaterberth companionway and had partially closed it.engine fuel
filter or the in line fuel filter.since it
is wise to have a spare set aboard, expensive though)discussed
by others.not letting
the turbo cool properly prior to shut down. Either item can causethe turbo to not
spin normally. Remove the exhaust side or the induction air side(whichever is
easiest, reach in and spin the turbo blades by hand. They shouldspin freely. If not
trouble shoot the cause.shoot this).
c. Dragging shaft brake. (rule out by direct observation).reverse?
> as is the underbody. This means we are only capable of developingpitched
> prop?The owners manual for my Yanmar 75HP recommends that if the engine
has been on a light load for a while that it should be run up to max
revs to burn off the carbon build up on the turbo fan. This should be
done several times until white smoke is cleared from the exhaust.
Having done that it is important to let the engine tick over for a
minute or so so that the fan bearings etc are cooled/cleansed with
oil rather than leaving the burt oil to dry in place. It also
recommends injecting a water/soap spray from time to time but I have
not been brave enough to try this!
Best wishes, Anne and John, SM 319