The International Harvester Tractor Repair Manual 100, 130, 140, 200, 404, 2404, more... covers tractor models indicated:
- 100, 130, 140
- 200, 230, 240
- 274, 284
- 330, 340
- 354, 364, 384
- 424, 444
- B-275, B-414
- 2424, 2444
Note: this tractor repair manual includes wiring diagrams for 140 and 240 Series, B-275, B-414, 354, 364, 424, 444, 2424, and 2444.
Service and repair your own tractor without ever having to take it off the farm and to the mechanic's with the International Harvester Tractor Repair Manual for the S-130 S-Series, the 100, 140, 200, 404 and more is available at The Motor Bookstore. This 277-page paperback service manual published by I&T/Clymer has copious photos and illustrations to help anyone with the desire to undertake DIY repairs and maintenance get the job done right at home. Information on how to service and maintain the hydraulics, axles, differential, brakes, cooling system, transmission, brakes and engine is presented in an easy-to-follow form. Tips on rebuilding a I&H 140 transmission, testing and locating a faulty nozzle and just about every other area of troubleshooting an International Harvester tractor is covered in this manual that can be yours with free shipping when you order from The Motor Bookstore.
Book Excerpt: International Harvester Tractor Repair Manual 100, 130, 140, 200, 404, 2404, etc.
INJECTOR NOZZLES: ALL MODELS
WARNING: Fuel leaves the injection nozzles with sufficient pressure to penetrate the skin. When testing, keep your person clear of the nozzle spray.
TESTING AND LOCATING A FAULTY NOZZLE
If the engine does not run properly, and a faulty injector nozzle is suspected, locate the faulty unit as follows:
If one engine cylinder is misfiring, it is reasonable to suspect a faulty injector. Generally, a faulty injector can be located by loosening the high pressure line fitting on each nozzle holder in turn, thereby allowing fuel to escape at the union rather than enter the cylinder.
As in checking sparks plugs in a spark ignition engine, the faulty unit is the one which, when its line is loosened, least affects the running of the engine.
Remove the suspected injector from the engine as outlined in paragraph 99. If a suitable nozzle tester is available, check the unit as outlined in paragraphs 94, 95, 96, 97, and 98.
If a tester is not available, reconnect the fuel line to the injector and with the nozzle tip directed where it will do no harm, crank the engine with the starting motor and observe the nozzle spray pattern.
Subject: International Harvester farm tractor service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 0872887898 | ISBN-13: 9780872887893