Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Wonder how that happened? Lost a crank bearing? Something is sloppy, piston down. Piston to valve, can happen. Piston to injector and glow plug. I could see the injector explosion theory , but the chances its pieces caused the glow plug to bend are pretty unlikely. Possible I guess. Im thinking Piston must have exceeded its upper limit, meaning issue down low. OR, injector, and glow plug installed too low??? That's tough to do. Is there a gasket between the head and block? If the gaskets there, can't see how all that could happen without a sloppy piston.
Glad you found your issue. Or did you?
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