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2019 Volvo L25H emissions

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by XSKIER, Mar 29, 2020.

  1. XSKIER

    XSKIER New Member

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    Hello folks, there is not much info on this model on the net, so I can assume that the unit is fairly trouble free. However I do see that the Kubota SVL get a very bad rating on the emissions end. This loader was supposed to be better, as it is the Kubota engine (V2607) but with only a D.O.C. no regen. Everything was great for the first 30 hrs, but then the engine has developed a stumble. The stumble only happens when warm, and does not seem to go away even when attempting to "burn it out" by locking the throttle at W.F.O. for a couple of hours of operation. I've always been super cautious about idling, no more than about 3 minutes ever. So for now, the tech has bypassed the coolant temperature sensor, and the stumble is gone. I fear we may be doing damage to the D.O.C. this way, as well as no warning of overheat. Any advice or experience in this area would be appreciated. image003.jpg 20200309_145304.jpg 20200309_145229.jpg 20200317_172509.jpg