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Joey Wood: seriously hmm i had know idea dieselengines are carbed thanks for telling me fuel injection not carbed you put diesel in a carb it will make a classic vehicle not start
cebedeuz: Good. You had the work done...
TheJohndeereduramax: are jd4240 starts like that too
Keith Williams: i heard that can of ether hit the ground haha
tractorssledstoys: its a diesel no carb
Toolman4020: First off, it's very evident you have no respect for your equipment. Secondly you are a piss poor excuse for an operator. Third, if you were to ever try and operate a piece of equipment like that on my farm I would kick your butt up around your earlobes. Tach doesn't work, fuel shutoff is broken, cardboard on the side of the engine. Explains why you still drive a Chevette.
kjablo4: how many John Deere tractors have you
Kristopher McIntyre: put a shot of diesel in the carbrator it usually work for me
shortthrow50: next time have that peice of ass shoot the either into the breather while you are turning it over. It will start instantly
michael nagy: you should tryit -7 degrees talk about a peice of crap to start
CJPWNSALL: Nice cold start I have a case ih 2394 and it starts better then that and it's more hp and has a bigger turbo I start it in minus 20 celcius and it doesn't use either and its notplugged in. case ih will never let you down!!!!
08 Thomas EF: We have a 310 that starts right up after being plugged in for about 45 minutes... perhaps overnight is overkill?
Nathan98831: My Ford 5000 loves his starting fluid!
Nathan98831: My fat brother likes your truck with the feeder.
Joesph Farmer: We got a IH 766 no glow plugs block heater or heated garage or either starts the same in 90 degree weather as well -25 degree weather choose a different brand
Bensterrz: I realy have to say I love your videos a lot...
MrMrcrain: just a tip,a diesel in winter time dont rev it up all the way till motor is warm.The oil in that think was thick and if you let motor get warm oil will loosen up and oil whole motor.reving it up all the way like you did cause it throw a rod
creamyfilling102: your co star looks unhappy.
bawchicawawa2222: hahaha take two it dosent work "piece a crap"
Luke Haskins: not sure what type of set up he has but it either keeps the fuel from sludging or keeps the block warm.
cumminsdeiselpower: if it doesnot have glow plugs or grid heaters what is the point of pluging it in
11TurboDiesel: man u kno got a tractor when u have to climb the tire to put gas in it thats wht ihave to do my ford
markb2007: I've always been told ether is a very bad idea for a diesel.
3208cat210: @Check55c 1066 is a handsome machine that runs like a Swiss watch and pulls(with duals) like a D-6 Cat. The guy I worked for in HS had a 1206 turbo that had 12,000 hrs without the block and heads touched. It was completely shot but ran great but it burned oil like a locomotive.Also had a 1086, 856, 706,Super-M, F-20. Everything is in use except the F-20.
3208cat210: That 4230 is missing, which is understandable in the way cold. However, to immediatley jam the Quad-Range into gear and lug the old terd out of the shed? 15-40 had to be like cold honey.
NH1352: what does the starting fluid do to help the engine start???
greywolf45: Do you know what the fuel pressure to the injectors is supposed to be on a John Deere 4230, or the cylinder compression? Something you might want to check. Not trying to be a smart-ass, but i had wondered if there was a problem with the compression, or fuel pressure, would that make a diesel engine hard to start?
v12 cummins: My dad said if it doesn't start he said Either is your best friend.
JRCollinsfan: I hate talking in my videos...I feel like I'm talking to my self...lol
JRCollinsfan: card board to keep the heat around the motor so it runs better. Older tractors would do this with canvas and bring it back arount the operating station to send heat back from the motor . Called them heat housers.
JRCollinsfan: Our 1066 hates the cold.
Jthumper: wow, thats a rought cold start. my tiny 855 fires right up with no glow plugs at 15F perfectly.
fordtractors4100: or a ford ;)
RichAngus100: Stupid people tricks! Maybe plug it in.....Maybe spray eather when it's cranking.... Maybe take out the 2 - 6 volt batteries & cables put in 2 -850cca 12 volt batteries and where u live never have to plug it in again! Don't ever say crap about John Deere again! :(
luckydaddy29: I have to laugh at all you guys down south... 13F. isn't even cold. Up north here we fire our equipment in -45F and sometimes -50F without having it plugged in...granted that temperature is hard starting sometimes and hard on iron. we still get 10 to 14 thousand hours out of our engines depending on the application. Using the either injection system is way easier on everything, one shot, let it sit for 20 to 30 seconds to vapourize in cold weather and 2 to 3 turns most equipment will fire.
psypc3: what do you mean you didn't plug it ??? the batteries or you heat up the barn...
SuperJohndeere4020: They had a 329 cubic in.
Brad Brown: you said it all about john deere in one sentence....piece of crap case ih all the way
TDIMAXDIESEL: Verry nice cold start !
Milt Shaw: As a former John Deere Area Service Manager may I offer some suggestions:
There is a metering attachment that SHOULD be on the tractor to meter starting fluid into the intake manifold. Injecting either directly into the intake manifold as shown in the video can do damage to the pistons. Also there is a block heater that will keep the anti-freeze warm and help in cold weather starting.
KODAKGUYNUMBER1: did u not listen to anything he said in the begining of the vid?!?!
silvertungdemon: use john deere either it 80% the engines knock loud but they run after a small shot in the intake
DesertDigger1: I was LMAO! at this,reminds me of 35 years ago when we had our 4230,I remember my Old Man gettin so pissed at it that he would actually build a fire underneath the oil pan,worked everytime!I enjoyed your vids,keep em coming.I use to do some stuff in the 4230,but thats a WHOLE nother story.The 4230 is really 102 H.P.,not that it matters tho.I knew that damn thing was addicted to eaither the 1st 4 cranks.Ours had a loader on it too,never broke no bolts though.How come U dont use the "Either Cup"?
DesertDigger1: I was LMAO! at this,reminds me of 35 years ago when we had our 4230,I remember my Old Man gettin so pissed at it that he would actually build a fire underneath the oil pan,worked everytime!I enjoyed your vids,keep em coming.I use to do some stuff in the 4230,but thats a WHOLE nother story.The 4230 is really 102 H.P.,not that it matters tho.I knew that damn thing was addicted to eaither the 1st 4 cranks.Ours had a loader on it too,never broke no bolts though.
Dave Dugas: i got a buddy that baby's his diesel pickup, he'll plug it in when it aint even cold. good video though, kept an old MF running on ether for about 10 minutes till it would run by itself
marc houle: another trick to starting a cold diesel is to cut your fuel, and turn it over a few times. let it sit for a minute and repeat. The compressed air is hot and warms up your sleeves. then through the fuel in and its warm enough to ignite.
ether still works better though :)
Ayden Gold: I love the John Deere. My Tractor only has 12 gears.
wagner59270: no glow plugs or grid heater on this beast
cold start 4230 john deere diesel tractor4.5
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