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    Hi, new member, first post.

    What a great resource here. Thanks in advance.

    I was looking at the Hino database as I have 1990 Hino 210 turbo/intercooled 4 cylinder engines.

    Data base list following for Oil Filters: (spin on) Hino 15607-1630, NAPA 7014, Mercruiser/Quicksilver 83607-1630 Fram - PH8A

    Trouble is that Fram PH-8A does not cross to Hino 15607-1630 or NAPA 7014 but to Fram PH10951. Would be great to use Fram PH-8A as it is comon and also comes in upgraded XG-8A version.

    Anyone understand why the difference in crossing over these parts?

    Cheers,

    Tripp
    Last edited by ksanders; 11-11-2017, 08:04 AM.

    #2
    Here you go.

    http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/in...mmins-database
    www.boatyardgm.com
    www.pacificyachtimports.net
    2002 Carver Voyager 57
    "Making Waves"
    3988 250 Hinos
    "The Dark Side"
    Alameda, California

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      #3
      "Hardy" post=593348 wrote:
      Hi, new member, first post.

      What a great resource here. Thanks in advance.

      I was looking at the Hino database as I have 1990 Hino 210 turbo/intercooled 4 cylinder engines.

      Data base list following for Oil Filters: (spin on) Hino 15607-1630, NAPA 7014, Mercruiser/Quicksilver 83607-1630 Fram - PH8A

      Trouble is that Fram PH-8A does not cross to Hino 15607-1630 or NAPA 7014 but to Fram PH10951. Would be great to use Fram PH-8A as it is comon and also comes in upgraded XG-8A version.

      Anyone understand why the difference in crossing over these parts?

      Cheers,

      Tripp
      I have been using the NAPA filters for last several years. Are there two filters per engine. My 310s which are very similar to your 200s just two less cylinders and many common parts uses a by pass filter if first one gets plugged up.
      Started boating 1965
      Bayliners owned: 26 Victoria, 28 Bounty, 32, 38, and 47 since 1996

      Comment


        #4
        I did a cross reference and came up with

        HINO 15607-1630 replacement oil filters:

        Baldwin B7014

        CARQUEST 84014

        Fram PH10951

        HINO 15607-1630

        LUBER-FINER LFP5930

        NAPA 7014

        Wix 57014

        I've used the Napa ones without a problem. Is it possible that the Fram one in the database is a typo?
        Yep, my 4588 Bayliner IS my happy place :whistle:

        Comment


          #5
          +1 on the NAPA filters, I've been using them for 20 years, no problems, change frequently.

          Richard

          Comment


            #6
            I use the Baldwin filter.
            Patrick and Patti
            4588 Pilothouse 1991
            12ft Endeavor RIB 2013
            M/V "Paloma"
            MMSI # 338142921

            Comment


              #7
              Thanks all. I go the same cross over Foster did.

              HINO 15607-1630 replacement oil filters:

              Baldwin B7014

              CARQUEST 84014

              Fram PH10951

              HINO 15607-1630

              LUBER-FINER LFP5930

              NAPA 7014

              Wix 57014

              Too bad FRAM PH-8A was not a part of that as the database states and no one has experience uising them. They are easy to find cheap filters and the XG-8A Fram filter looks pretty good for synthetic oil use.

              Cheers,

              Tripp

              Comment


                #8
                The Up-to-Date Database....based on only the most reputable posts....

                Mike

                Total Production per Bayliner:
                32xx---3200
                38xx---2100
                45xx---617




                Hino 4 Cylinder

                Air Filter : K+N RA-0650 ( 135/150 models ) K+N RU-0980 (210hp model)

                Fuel Filter : Hino 23401-1133 Quicksilver 83401-1133, NAPA 3390

                Oil Filter (element type) Hino 15607-1490, Mercruiser/Quicksilver 83607-1490
                Oil Filter (spin on) Hino 15607-1630, NAPA 7014, Mercruiser/Quicksilver 83607-1630 Fram - PH8A

                Belt : Gates – TR22495, NAPA 25-22495

                Impeller : (Johnson pump 10-24253) - Johnson 9-1028B Jabsco 920-0003 (nitrile), 920-0001(neoprene), Sierra #18-3077

                Coolant Cap - 7 psi - Gates 31526, Stant #10228
                Thermostat - Hino part no. 9001-46177
                Water Sep :
                Dahl Filter – 101 (2mic), 101-W(10mic), 101-30(30mic)
                Racor 220/225 primary R26P, Napa Gold 3211 Raycor 500 2010SMOR
                Turbo (water cooled) IHI – serial # RHC6

                Oil Pressure Gage sending unit: Datcon 02504-01 or Teleflex 1A15003
                Low Oil Pressure alarm Switch: Cole Hersee 8610
                Temperature Gage sending unit: Datcon 02032-00 or Teleflex 523208017
                Temperature Alarm Switch: Stewart Warner 83304

                ………………………………………..…........Hino Part No
                Manifold O-Ring W04/W06……......90011-5222
                Turbo/Riser Gasket……………….…….24179-1170
                Exh Manifold to “Elbow” Gasket...17104-1210
                Exh “Elbow” to Turbo Gasket……..17104-1180
                Turbo Oil Return Gasket…………..…24135-1081
                Copper Washers………………………...96541-0100
                Note-there may be some variation in gasket sizes from "elbow" to turbo, you might fax a scan of the old gasket when ordering


                Engine Model
                WO4D..............Naturally Aspirated or "NA" (only atmospheric pressure pushing air into cylinders)
                WO4C-T...........Turbocharged (exhaust gas spins turbine, other end of turbo compresses intake air, forces air into cylinders)
                WO4C-TI..........Turbocharged and Intercooled ( cooler allows air to cool after turbo, condenses, more oxygen per volume of air than NA or turbo)

                Engine Model.............Rated RPM / hp...............Displacement
                WO4D......................3,000 / 110.....................244.6 ci
                WO4C-T...................3,000 / 135 or 150...........234.2 ci
                WO4C-TI..................3,000 / 210....................234.2 ci


                Engine Model..........Compr. Ratio.................Firing Order
                WO4D.......................17.9................... .....1-3-4-2
                WO4C-T....................17.9........................1-3-4-2
                WO4C-TI...................16.5........................1-3-4-2

                Valves..................(cold) intake/exhaust..............Cyl Compression
                WO4D...................0.0118 / 0.0157 inch...............469-511 psi
                WO4C-T................0.0118 / 0.0177.....................469-511 psi
                WO4C-TI...............0.0138 / 0.0197.....................427-469 psi

                Injector Pump Bosch-A...........Timing, ref. cylinder 1...............Injector opening pressure
                WO4D.................................14 degrees before TDC...............3,129 psi
                WO4C-T..............................17................. .........................3,129 psi
                WO4C-TI.............................17................. .........................3,129 psi


                Hino 6 Cylinder

                EH700

                175 HP 4-cycle, 6-cylinder ( 6-393N )
                Recommended continuous cruise RPM – 2800, maximum rpm in gear 3,000
                Displacement – 393 ci ( 6.44 Liters )
                Bore and stroke – 4.33 x 4.45 inches (110 x 113 mm)
                Compression ratio – 17.9 : 1
                Firing Order – 1-4-2-6-3-5
                Valve Adjustment – cold engine : Exhaust 0.016 in / 0.40 mm, Intake 0.012 in / 0.30 mm
                Injection Timing – 15 deg BTDC
                Weight ( w/ trans ) – 1450 lbs 1600
                Oil Capacity – 10.6 quarts ( 10 liters )
                Coolant Capacity – 25.6 quarts ( 25 liters )


                Air Filter – K+N RU-0960
                Oil Filter – Hino 15607-1521 NAPA 1282
                Quicksilver 836071521 Fram CH2877
                Sec. Fuel Filter – Hino 23499-9999 (new #23401-1290) NAPA 3260; Quicksilver 35-834999999
                Primary fuel filter/Water Seperater - Baldwin BF1204
                Alternator Belt - NAPA 25-22545
                Waterpump Belt - NAPA 25-22443
                Raw Water Pump – Kashiyama 1690-1659R
                Impeller – Hino 16131-1350, Jabsco 31130-0061


                220 HP 4-cycle, 6-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled ( 6-393TI )
                Recommended continuous cruise RPM – 2800, maximum rpm in gear 3,000
                Displacement – 393 ci ( 6.44 Liters )
                Bore and stroke – 4.33 x 4.45 inches (110 x 113 mm)
                Compression ratio – 17.9 : 1
                Firing Order – 1-4-2-6-3-5
                Valve Adjustment – cold engine : Exhaust 0.016 in / 0.40 mm, Intake 0.012 in / 0.30 mm
                Injection Timing – 15 deg BTDC
                Weight ( w/ trans ) – 1600 lbs
                Oil Capacity – 10.6 quarts ( 10 liters )
                Coolant Capacity – 25.6 quarts ( 25 liters )

                EH-700TI tip is DLLA 138 SND 225. This is a common Nippon Denso tip number.

                Air Filter – K+N RU-2820 - Caution: different turbos on this engine require different filter. Please measure turbo OD and cross-ref against K+N link at bottom of post.
                Oil Filter – Hino 15607-1521 NAPA 1282 Quicksilver 836071521 Fram CH2877
                Fuel Filter – Hino 23499-9999 (new #23401-1290) NAPA 3260; Quicksilver 35-834999999
                Primary fuel filter/Water Seperater - Baldwin BF1204
                Alternator Belt - NAPA 25-22545
                Waterpump Belt - NAPA 25-22443
                Raw Water Pump – Kashiyama 1690-1659R
                Impeller – Hino 16131-1350, Jabsco 31130-0061


                WO6D

                250
                W06D-TI 5.759-liter, 4-cycle, 6-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled
                Output – 250hp at 3,000 rpm
                Bore x Stroke - 104 x 113 mm (4.09 x 4.45 in)
                Displacement - 5.759 liter (351.4 cu.in)
                Compression ratio – 16.5 : 1
                Firing Order – 1-4-2-6-3-5
                Valve Clearance (cold) – Intake 0.0138 in / 0.35 mm, Exhaust 0.0197 in / 0.50 mm
                Injection Timing – 20 deg BTDC ref cyl #1
                Injector opening pressure – 3,129 lb/sq.in ( 220 kg / cm2 )
                Direction of rotation - Counter-clockwise viewed from flywheel
                Weight – 1,235 lb, 560 kg (no marine gear)

                Air Filter - K&N E-3532 Fits stock cage or RU-2820
                Oil Filter – Hino 15607-1630, NAPA 7014
                Fuel Filter – Hino 23401-1341, Baldwin BF7602, NAPA 3393
                Raw water pump (Johnson 10-24413-2) impeller 09-821B
                Belts – Hino Belt set 83014-9235 NAPA 25-22508 - 2 required per engine


                310
                W06D-TI-II 5.759-liter, 4-cycle, 6-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled
                Output – 310hp at 3,000 rpm
                Bore x Stroke - 104 x 113 mm (4.09 x 4.45 in)
                Displacement - 5.759 liter (351.4 cu.in)
                Compression ratio – 16:1
                Direction of rotation - Counter-clockwise viewed from flywheel
                Weight – 1,279 lb, 580 kg (no marine gear)


                Air Filter - K&N RU-2820
                Oil Filter Full flow – Hino 15607-1630, NAPA 7014
                Oil Filter By-pass Hino 15607-1640, Napa 1050
                Fuel Filter – Hino 23401-1341, Baldwin BF7602, NAPA 3393
                Raw water pump (Johnson 10-24413-2) impeller 09-821B
                Belts – Hino Belt set 83014-9235 NAPA 25-22508 - 2 required per engine


                Secondary Filters Racor 500 ma 2010smor
                Props, Struts and Shaft:
                Nakashima Props 24X21 four blades-factory installed 56474/56475
                Shaft 55226-93.125 inch X 2 inch
                Strut 55225 2 inch

                Transmision
                Hurth Filter 35-815419
                Steering Hynautic 1B231/531
                Moorse Controls SR TWIN E36469-1
                Helm Hynautic H-50
                Anchor Winch Muir-Cougar
                Seward water heater
                Measurement, water line to bottom of props 3.5 feet


                HURTH

                Now ZF Marine.

                The "A" designation means the output shaft has an 8 degree down angle.

                360A
                No longer in production, still a great gear, worth salvaging. Still, many have replaced with the 63A

                Oil cooler - Lenco part # - 2912C
                This has straight ends with an OD of 1 1/4", 3/8" oil lines.

                Front seal-

                The body is composed of two "half cases" which are gasketed by a locktite goop. Unsure of what kind, but no "real" gasket.

                Rear seal -
                GARLOCK 92x0574. 55 x 70 x 8 mm
                I replaced the above with a
                DICHTOMATIK TCM 55x70x8TC...."replaces 21656/225505"

                Regular Maintenance Table
                This is copied from the 4 cylinder Operation Handbook, should apply to all Hinos.

                Engine
                Valve Clearance – check and adjust – every 500 hours
                Compression pressure – check 1000 hours
                Cylinder head bolts – check and retighten – every 1000 hours
                Engine Mounting bracket bolts – check and retighten – every 1000 hours

                Air Intake and Exhaust
                Intake and Exhaust manifold mounting bolts – check and retighten – every 1000 hours
                Oil pan bolts, etc – check and retighten – every 1000 hours
                Air Cleaner – check and clean 120 hours, replace 250 hours
                Intercooler – check and clean every one year

                Turbocharger
                Security of bolts, nuts, fasteners – check every 120 hours
                Rotation of rotor and impeller – check every 250 hours
                Play in rotor – check every 250 hours
                Leak inspection of turbo lube system – check every 120 hours

                Lubrication System
                Oil level – daily check
                Oil filter – every 120 hours ( replace at every oil change )

                Fuel System
                F.I. nozzle pressure – check, clean and adjust – every 500 hours
                Injection timing – check and adjust – every 500 hours
                Water Separator – check and drain – daily
                F.I. pump coupling – every 500 hours
                Fuel filter – replace every 120 hours
                Fuel feed pump strainer – check and clean – every 120 hours
                Fuel tank – check and clean “strainer at the suction port of the fuel tank” – every 500 hours
                Fuel tank – check and drain water – every 120 hours
                Fuel tank level – daily
                Fuel Hose – replace every 2 years

                Cooling System
                V-belt – check and adjust – every 30 hours
                Replace coolant – every 6 months
                Cooling system – clean every 6 months
                Heat Exchanger – check and clean – every 1 year
                Coolant amount – daily inspection
                Thermostat function – check every 500 hours
                Coolant pump rubber hose – Replace every 2 years
                Sea water pump – check and clean – every 1 year

                Electrical System
                Battery electrolyte level – check every 30 hours
                Electrolyte specific gravity – 120 hours or every 6 months
                Starter – check every 1year
                Alternator – check every 1year
                Glow plug – “before winter season check the function”
                Emergency Stop relay system – check every 6 months

                **********

                Interesting Facts

                There was no WO4D produced past 87
                There was no WO4CT produced past 90
                There was no EH700 produced past 90

                There was no WO4CTA produced past 94
                The WO4CTI, WO6DTII are still produced as a marine powerplant.

                Cubic Inch to Horsepower ratios –

                WO4D 244 cid /110Hp. 2.218
                WO4CT 234 cid /135Hp 1.733
                WO4CTA 234 cid /150Hp 1.56
                WO4CTI 234 cid /210Hp 1.114

                EH700 393 cid /175Hp 2.24
                EH700TI 393 cid /220Hp 1.786

                WO6DTI 359 cid /250Hp 1.436
                WO6DTI-II 359 cid /310Hp 1.158


                b]Useful Links[/b]

                Hino parts, prices, where to buy.....

                Depco - Hino Raw water pumps - http://www.depcopump.com/catalog106/PAGE84.PDF

                K&N air filters search page - http://www.knfilters.com/search/appsearch.aspx
                Seach with capitals-numbers "XX-9999"

                Faria instument link (with downloadable trouble shooting guide)-
                http://www.faria-instruments.com/index-new.html

                Hino Dealership Locator (to find parts near you)- http://www.hino.com/dealers/

                Lenco oil coolers - http://www.lencocoolers.com/4.htm
                Remember to get the high pressure (class 2) versions if you have a Twin Disc transmission.





                3270

                Navigation Lights

                Hella Marine - www.hellamarine.com/

                SB/Port Bulb - "Double Index" (the pins do not line up) - 12V, 25W, 2.08A

                West Marine "Trade #" - 10801
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                1987 3870 "Stella Maris"
                Hino 175's
                Lanoka Harbor, NJ
                MMSI# 338312097

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                  #9
                  Trouble Shooting

                  This is also copied from the “Operation Handbook” for the 4 cylinders, normally aspirated, turbo’d and intercooled, nothing here is model specific. Odd language is the translation, kept true to the book.

                  ENGINE STARTING DIFFICULTY
                  …Engine Does Not Crank
                  …..Starter does not operate
                  ……….Discharged battery
                  ……….Battery relay switch disconnected
                  ……….Disconnected, loose or corroded battery terminals
                  ……….Poor ground
                  ……….Starting switch defective
                  ……….Magnetic switch defective
                  ……….Starting relay defective
                  …..Starter operates
                  ……….Piston seizure
                  ……….Bearing seizure
                  ……….Foreign matter in cylinder
                  ……….Excess mechanical resistance in engine, due to poor lubrication
                  ……….Injection pump plunger seized
                  …Engine Cranks
                  …..Fuel not reaching injection pump
                  ……….Fuel level too low
                  ……….Clogged fuel lines
                  ……….Air in fuel lines
                  ……….Feed pump defective
                  ……….Clogged fuel filter
                  …..Fuel reaching injection pump
                  ……….High pressure injection line connection loose
                  ……….Delivery valve sticking
                  ……….Injector faulty
                  ……….Injection nozzle faulty
                  ……….Clogged injection nozzle
                  ……….Fuel injection timing improper
                  ……….Heater plug defective
                  ……….Air cleaner clogged
                  ……….Low compression
                  ……….Water in fuel

                  ENGINE STALLS AT LOW SPEED
                  …..Injection pump defective
                  ……….Governor out of adjustment
                  ……….Rack and pinion malfunctioning
                  …..High pressure injection pipe clogged
                  …..Injector defective
                  ……….Nozzle spring adjusting screw loose
                  ……….Nozzle port clogged
                  ……….Injection pressure too low
                  ……….Nozzle spray incorrect
                  ……….Delivery valve defective

                  ENGINE LACKS POWER
                  …..Insufficient fuel supply
                  ……….Clogged fuel line or air in system
                  ……….Feed pump defective
                  ……….Clogged fuel filter
                  ……….Injection insufficient
                  ……….Injection nozzle defective
                  ……….Nozzle spray incorrect
                  ……….Improper injection timing
                  …..Insufficient air intake
                  ……….Clogged air cleaner
                  ……….Intake valve tappet improperly adjusted
                  …..Others
                  ……….Low compression
                  ……….Engine overheating

                  ENGINE OVERHEATING
                  …..Cooling system defective
                  ……….Heat exchanger cap defective
                  ……….Insufficient coolant water
                  ……….Thermostat defective
                  ……….Clogged heat exchanger
                  ……….Loose or slipping belt
                  ……….Coolant pump defective
                  ……….Sediment in water jacket
                  ……….Sea water pump defective
                  ……….Sea @#%$ closed
                  ……….Sea water strainer clogged
                  …..Fuel injection system defective
                  ……….Injection pump timer defective
                  ……….Improper injection timing with injection pump installed
                  ……….Excessive fuel injection
                  ……….Injector nozzle defective
                  …..Lubrication system defective
                  ……….Engine oil level too low
                  ……….Oil pump defective
                  ……….Incorrect adjustment of oil regulator
                  ……….Engine oil deteriorated
                  ……….Oil cooler defective
                  …..Cylinder carboned
                  …..Cylinder head cracked
                  …..Gas leak from cylinder head gasket

                  ENGINE KNOCKS
                  …..Serious diesel knocking
                  ……….Improper fuel injection timing
                  ……….Uneven injection by injection pump
                  ……….Lack of compression
                  ……….Oil leaking into combustion chamber
                  ……….Fuel cetane value too low
                  …..Mechanical knocking
                  ……….Excessive worn cylinder and piston
                  ……….Excessively worn piston and bushing
                  ……….Worn crankshaft and connecting rod bearing
                  ……….Foreign matters in cylinder
                  ……….Improper valve clearance

                  IMPROPER COLOR OF EXHAUST GAS
                  …..Excessive white smoke
                  ……….Delayed fuel injection timing
                  ……….Water in fuel
                  ……….Oil leaking into combustion chamber
                  ……….Insufficient combustion due to cold
                  …..Excessive black smoke
                  ……….Advance fuel injection timing
                  ……….Fuel injection volume excessive
                  ……….Nozzle spray incorrect
                  ……….Compression pressure insufficient

                  EXCESSIVE FUEL CONSUMPTION
                  ……….Poor fuel quality
                  ……….Fuel leakage
                  ……….Operation inadequate
                  ……….Engine over-cooling
                  ……….Clogged air cleaner and fuel filter
                  ……….Injection pump defective
                  ……….Improper injection timing
                  ……….Injection nozzle defective
                  ……….Improper engine compression
                  ……….Improper valve timing
                  ……….Seizure or excessive friction in moving engine parts

                  EXCESSIVE ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION
                  ……….Improper oil
                  ……….Oil level too high
                  ……….Oil leakage
                  ……….Omission of oil changing
                  ……….Omission of engine warm-up
                  ……….Engine overheating
                  ……….Worn cylinders, pistons and rings
                  ……….Inadequate supply of oil to rocker arm
                  ……….Sucking oil through valve guide

                  TURBOCHARGER RELATED
                  …..Black Smoke
                  ……..Turbocharger does not rotate smoothly
                  ……….Carbon build up on the seal rings of turbine side, resulting in binding of rotation
                  ……….Bearing seized
                  ……….Contact and/or damage of turbine wheel or impeller blades
                  ……..Exhaust system
                  ……….Exhaust gas leak before turbocharger
                  ……….Clogged or blocked exhaust piping
                  …..White smoke
                  ……….Clogging or deformation of oil return pipe, resulting in oil leak to compressor or turbine side
                  ……….Damaged or worn seal rings due to excessive wear of bearing
                  …..Low output
                  ……….Gas leakage from exhaust system
                  ……….Air leakage from compressor side
                  ……….Dirty or damaged turbocharger
                  …..Poor response of turbocharger
                  ………. Carbon build up on the seal rings of turbine side, resulting in binding of rotation
                  …..Abnormal noise and vibration
                  ……..Noise
                  ……….Contact of rotating parts
                  ……..Vibration
                  ……….Loose connection between turbo and intake/exhaust piping
                  ……….Damaged bearing, contact of rotating parts, foreign material

                  SEA WATER PUMP RELATED
                  …..Water discharge is not sufficient
                  ……….Sucking air
                  ……….Clogging of suction pipe and/or strainer
                  ……….Damaged impeller
                  …..Abnormal noise or vibration
                  ……….Worn bearing
                  ……….Foreign material in the casing
                  ……….Incomplete mounting
                  …..Bearing wears frequently
                  ……….too tight belt tension
                  …..Damage of impeller
                  ……….When it has been operated for a long period
                  ……….When it has been operated without water
                  ……….When it has been operated at higher RPM
                  ……….Too high or low water temperature
                  ……….When it has not been operated for an extended period
                  ……….Foreign material in the pump
                  1987 3870 "Stella Maris"
                  Hino 175's
                  Lanoka Harbor, NJ
                  MMSI# 338312097

                  Comment


                    #10
                    That is Fantastic, I’s getting stickied!

                    KEVIN SANDERS
                    4788 LISAS WAY - SEWARD ALASKA

                    Comment


                      #11
                      Excellent!, stickied

                      KEVIN SANDERS
                      4788 LISAS WAY - SEWARD ALASKA

                      Comment


                        #12
                        WO4D, WO4CT/TI Fuel Injector Removal Sequence

                        You will need:
                        3/8" drive with 10,12,14mm sockets, 17mm open end, plugs for return fuel rail (fine thread screw, etc.)

                        The return fuel rail will drip diesel, and should be addressed prior to removing any injectors.
                        The return rail sits at the top of the injectors as a single tube that connects all injectors via fuel fittings, and is connected to the return line via a short piece of flexible rubber tube just fore of 1st injector (at the front of the engine, at the belt side). Also better to clean around all injectors prior to removal.

                        1- Finger pressure to pinch fuel rail clip, slide toward clip at other end (off fuel rail) and finger pressure to remove rubber from metal. Now plug rubber end to prevent spillage.
                        2- 14mm socket will loosen return rail nuts at the top of all injectors, careful not to lose washers on top and bottom of fuel rail at each injector. Put rail in safe place.
                        3- 12mm socket will loosen injector retaining nuts ( 2 per injector ) on the injector adaptor, lock washers underneath each one.
                        4- Injector adaptor lifts off injector ( seems to only now mobilize the bottom washers from the fuel rail, and they will try to hide somewhere in the bilge )
                        5- 17mm open end to loosen fuel supply connections at right angles on injector, back all the way off ( these do not drip )
                        6- You may now need the 10mm to loosen supply pipe retaining clips to help mobilize the fuel supply lines off the injectors.
                        7- Injectors theoretically will now pop out, may help to put open end on machined edges up top to work injector back and forth while lifting up. ( there is a large copper gasket at the bottom of each injector, if it does not come out with injector, make a note of which cylinder already has it in place for reinstallation )
                        8- Carefully cover hole in block with clean rag.


                        Mike

                        PS - the best prices I have found on injector nozzles are these guys...

                        http://www.adiesel.com/
                        Associated Diesel, Inc.
                        66 Freeport St. Boston, Massachusetts 02122
                        617-436-2847
                        1987 3870 "Stella Maris"
                        Hino 175's
                        Lanoka Harbor, NJ
                        MMSI# 338312097

                        Comment


                          #13
                          Thank you. Nice job.
                          'No Worries'
                          1995 4788
                          1995 26 Albemarle CC
                          Lake St Clair Mi

                          Comment


                            #14
                            That's great. Does anyone have the rest of the original sticky that showed all the different sender placement names & other electrical connections?
                            Terry
                            Br$keAweigh
                            1987 3270
                            H/P - Powell River, B.C.

                            Comment


                              #15
                              Thanks for find and posting much of the Data Base. Also missing are the updates to the original DB.

                              I added a correction to the Fuel Filter for the Hino WO6-TI Filter list. The NAPA 3393 filter will NOT fit. I put the correct NAPA number in my original post but I can't remember what it was, and I'm too far from the boat to go look.

                              BTW, I have 4 NAPA 3393 filters for sale.
                              1991 4588
                              SE Michigan

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