Driving The 4010 Around In The Hay Field
Thats right! I got it started this morning shortly after i took the other
video, and i had to take it for a spin. its kinda snow storming in the
video so you can imagine how chilly it was on there, but it was so much fun
i couldnt help myself. all in all i drove around for 2 hours today just
driving the tractor.
Cold Start Cummins 5* below
24v cummins sled puller. Custom ground haisley cam, 200 hp ddp injectors
64/71/14 turbo, port and polished head,
fly cut pistons, quadzilla adrenaline stacked with a smarty.
Pete 359 Classic Takeoff
THIS IS IN CANADA just so y'all know.
My brother's 1987 Peterbilt 359 Classic workin' in the bush near vassar,
mb. sweet smoke! wish mine could do that. It has a 3406B block Cat 425.
Oh and a big thanks to you tuber tod3k for giving us the new name for this
truck..... "Old Smokey Jerk!"
International 4300 DT466 Cold start
This is from a few weeks ago. Trying to start the truck in some very cold
weather so I can go get some sand salt. It had been down to -30 the night
before. I finally got it going when I hooked up the battery charger.
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Old Peterbilt Cold Start
The Phantom starting The Ghost. 1975 Peterbilt 359 NT88 Cummins. 30 degrees
and hasn't been started for a month.
MB E300D cold start in -35C
I decided to go to the work earlier then I normally do and there was no
time to preheat my car. At the morning temperature was -35C and that is as
cold as it ever gets in here. The car has 480k km on it.
Mersu pakkastesti 35 astetta pakkasta ja silti lähtee.
Started the 1966 M35A2 this afternoon... 24 degrees out today.
No block heater, ether, or intake flame heater.
97 7.3 PowerStroke cold start.... then the unexpected happens, blown... caught on camera
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After letting my 97 F350 7.3 PowerStroke Diesel sit for a week I go out to
start it up after it being 15 degrees the night before. Block heater
wasn't plugged in.
First the starter solenoid stuck and kept on cranking and cranking the
engine without giving me any consideration, it wasn't until I pop the hood
that it decided to listen to reason, and I mean just as I was about to open
it it shut off HA HA HA!
After doing some looking I found some oil dripping from under the engine
and my first thought was I blew a HPOP seal or HP oil line, but nope, after
some looking I found the oil coming from the oil cooler, and I also was
smelling some antifreeze.
I guess the weather change caused the seals to finally give up.
I have done a complete tear down of this engine, check it out at
In April 2013 I just put a new starter solenoid on it, and I will be taking
it back to Advanced Auto Parts to get a new one as it is CLEARLY defective,
it's done this several other times but never for more than 1-3 seconds and
it usually only did it when I would shut the truck off. Crazy.
This same week I was blessed enough to have found a 96 F350 7.3 from the
original owner that is was in much better shape just in need of a e-fuel
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