By M C
Hey guys just bought a 07 trooper. Previous owner stated it ran great etc prior to clutch job then had issues. I drained tank, replaced plugs etc. found one of the injectors connectors was not connected and plugged it in. Solid 50psi fuel pressure. It starts easier than previously on 3 cylinders but still runs very very poorly. I’m thinking the sound I’m hearing is it detonating at around 3k. It kinda sputters and falls apart. Sounds like clicking or something when it happens. I am at a bit of a loss, compression is a solid 150psi across the board with no movement. Verified spark and now am assuming all injector are functioning more or less correct as if I unplug any one it sound terrible at idle.
A note, I tapped plugs at .7 manual called for .9-1.1 but that seems super over doing it but I will try adjusting them to 1.0
additionally I’ve noticed the fan in rear doesn’t turn on.
anyone with any help I will be in your debt.
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Casey / Leaf Asia
By Joel Goldsney
I did a fairly major overhaul on my HS 700.
Had some issues with bending valves...I believe found the root of the problem. Replaced the timing chain (old one was stretched 3/4" longer)
Got everything back together....but had a fairly steady oil leak from the stator cover. I tightened the bolts as much as I dared, they were all torqued to spec at assembly but when I noticed the leak I gave the bolts on either side of the leak an extra bit of tightening to try and get the leak to stop but no luck.
Had a bit of a brain wave and did some googling, seems like a few other folks had a similar idea. I cleaned the area with brake clean and ran a bead of crazy glue down the crack. Let it soak in and dry and did a second round. Let it dry and fired it up, voila...no more leak.
Will see how this holds up but it saved me having to rip it all apart again , hopefully this helps someone else.