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International No start/Engine Dies

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If you ever are around an International that dies and will not restart when the engine is hot, check the cloth wrapped wiring harness connectors from the battery box all the way up to the power distribution center on the driver side of the firewall. This is the main power connector for the IDM on and International 4700 with a DT570. Truck died on route and had to be towed in. Truck would start when cold but die after the engine gets hot. This is a very common problem with Internationals (hence the term "broke down all over the world"). Thought I would share. Another common problem is the main grounds on the engine block also.176cf7411638c8340e8328ef4ab8d3b4.jpg97dd0927ef16d077dbc5ca336d061126.jpg

 

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Problems like this seriously tick me off.

 

I like 'good and broke' issues.... not 'works well when cold' issues.

 

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Problems like this seriously tick me off.
 
I like 'good and broke' issues.... not 'works well when cold' issues.
 
Unfortunately we get those issues all the time but we have a couple drivers that will bring the truck in so we can diagnose while the issue is occuring.

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Repair dielectric grease, or harness ?

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