It's the little things that become so very challenging. Replace the house batteries? I'm on it! There is no doubt it is going to be hard, so I adopt an "I can" mindset, creatively use available resources, bend my knees, and muscle up. Done!
No wonder this diesel engine was constantly overheating, half the water jackets were partially to fully closed with calcium built up over years. Lack of use results in water sitting idle in your diesel engine.
From cleaning an engine to inspecting the oils, the hoses, the cooling, and the fuel system, five women joined me the weekend after Thanksgiving to work on preventing and identifying early signs of diesel engine failure. "The last thing I want," shared Cassie, "is to b...
Checking the exhaust on your boat is like checking the air in your car tires. You have to have water coming out of your exhaust for your engine to run smoothly. A lack of water will cause hoses to swell and the engine to get hot or overheat.
For engines with transmission fluid, a quarterly check, or more if used often, is recommended prevention. For hydraulic transmissions, start by running the engine for a few minutes and then shut it down.