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YASER

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About YASER

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    TX

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  • Make
    MACK
  • Model
    CH
  • Year
    1998

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  1. Good morning, I wanted to ask you for help with the calibration of the valves on an E7 350 1995 engine, thank you very much for your help
  2. YASER

    98 ch600 fuse panel

    I think I have 95 ch 613, EM7 300, although I think they are the same.
  3. You have already fixed it, but try to disconnect the oil pressure sensor that is above the oil filter, it may be defective, make a bad reading and turn off.
  4. Hello, I wanted to know if you found a solution to the problem, I have an E7 350 and the same thing happens, little force in the output when it is loaded, I put new turbo and continued the same. I would appreciate your help
  5. Thank you very much for your help, I will try to try a pedal from another mack before buying a new one because it can not be returned. Do you think that the white smoke of the morning at the moment of the start is for the same reason?
  6. Good to all the members of the forum. I need help, I have a mack E7 350, year 95, with bosch injection pump, the question is that the engine accelerates only up to 12-14 RPM and then goes back to normal work. Which or what would be the possible causes and the solution, thank you for your help, thank you
  7. YASER

    E7 shutting off randomly

    I had a similar problem in my two mack ch 1995 and 1998 turned out to be bad connection in the connector that comes out of the pump of injection for dirt, with a cleaner of connectors solve the problem.

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