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Dust Ejector - D8R

Here are the photos of the D8R damaged dust ejector hose which might have contributed the overheating of engine.

Possible causes are as follows:
  1. Exhaust gases exits inside the engine compartment instead going out to the exhaust pipe
  2. The accumulated heat inside the compartment is sucked into the air-intake manifold passing through the damaged ejector hose
  3. Possible moisture may also be sucked by the air-intake system
  4. Moisture + dust speeds up the deterioration of air cleaner filter elements which leads to restriction of air-intake system
  5. Restricted air-intake increases heat inside the combustion chamber




by Maximo Ginez III

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 Modern Automotive Technology

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