Vetus Dt44 Dta44 Dt66 Dta66 Operators Manual
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KML3XMO63H E VjUkClQ LX6 FXNaEC 2004 Vetus den Ouden nv Schiedam HollandEngine serial 1204Please enter the serial numbers hereCustomer Service Repairs or Spare Parts see page 6We reserve the right to make any changes without previousenable you to avoid accidents preserveThis engine has been built exclusively forinvolved are to be borne by the userfor operation maintenance and and serviced by personsbe any liability claims against theFor warranty conditionssee Serviceand Warranty Manual STM00161Safety tag6Engine serial of engine parts8Control the oil the coolant level29raw water cables and the oil34Checking the the the gearbox oil the fuel the raw water pump42Changing the gearbox air engine mounts45Hose valve storage Data9Operating Please follow them carefullyPass the safety instructions to other perNever attempt to touch moving partsNever touch hot parts of the engineAlways stop the engine before checkAlways stop the engine before checkAlways carry out maintenance safelyby only using tools well matched inDear customerVetus Deutz engines are designed a wide range of variantsYour engine is appropriately equipped forWe have endeavoured to highlight read this manual before startingWe are available to help with any addiSincerely Vetus den Ouden nv1Engine data tag2Engine data tag locationthe valve serial numberstamped at the indicated spot4Cylinder are numbered number Cylinder numbering1Oil filler cap2Lifting cap for cooling connection engine 6Vbelt pump8Vbelt alternator fuel pump 9PTO Mounting facility for extra10Fuel lift pump11Fuel supply pipe filter13Oil filter14Oil dipstick15Oil cooler16PTO Mounting facility for17Raw water inlet 32 mm18Raw water system for throttle operated return pipe connection engine 25Exhaust motor27Lifting eye28Exhaust injection governor31Air intake lube oil filler cap oil for gearbox engine mounts37Oil sump drain pump38Cooling system drain plug heat39Cooling system drain plug heat40Cooling system drain plug engine41Heat filler cap2Lifting cap for cooling connection engine 6Vbelt pump8Vbelt alternator fuel pump 9PTO Mounting facility for extra10Fuel lift pump11Fuel supply pipe filter13Oil filter14Oil dipstick15Oil cooler16PTO Mounting facility for17Raw water inlet 32 mm18Raw water system for throttle operated stopDTA44 DTA6623Fuel return pipe connection engine motor28Lifting eye29Exhaust injection governor32Air intake lube oil filler cap oil for gearbox pushpull engine mounts38Oil sump drain pump39Cooling system drain plug heat40Cooling system drain plug heat41Cooling system drain plug block42Heat exchangerSee drawing on page 8 for3836DTA44 DTA66Flybridge panel model hours preheat lighthigh raw water light low oil light high coolant light battery light light gearbox low oil pressure 10Temperature gauge coolant11Oil pressure gauge12On push button push button push button switch15Stop push button switchThis is an option not fitted as panel model 10Push button panel model 00General guidelines for useCarry out the maintenance including the damage For specifications see pageNever run the engine without a therUse a good quality lubricating oil Forsure high coolant temperature the engine2Filling with engine oilFill the engine with oil through the fillerneck on top of the valve cover for quanti4 cyl 85 litres 10W40 or 15W406 cyl 14 litres 10W40 or 15W40APICD CE CF or CF4CCMCD4 D5For exampleVetus Marine Inboard Diesel Motor OilShell Super Diesel T3Filling gearbox with oilVetus engines are normally equipped withZFHurth gearboxes model ZF45 20 litres 35 UK ptTFmodel ZF45A 30 litres 53 UK ptTFmodel ZF63 38 litres 67 UK ptTFmodel ZF63A 40 litres 7 UK ptTFATF Automatic Transmission Fluidtype A Suffix AFor exampleShell Donax T6Use a mixture of 40 antifreeze ethyleneFor specifications see page 72lower edge of the filler neckIf necessary add coolantwater or brackish waterthe calorifier will not take place automatithe cooling system the cooling system 85 litres 19 UK galQUANTITY6 C 12litres 26 UK gal5FuelUse only clean waterfree commercialFor fuel grade see page 71The fuel system is tension of the Vbelt see pageAvoid fast starting with preheating do not use1Starting preparation Before starting the engine always leverALWAYS the start key on the instrument panelclockwise the warning lights for oil presequiped with a preheating system therefore both the preheating indication lightswitch on the operating panel can beSTART posiwithin 10 seconds Wait until the startermotor has stopped running posively sure and alternator are off Cooling waterately Before submitting the engine to fullning at 34 of maximum revsturn the main switch off while theless or lightblue In the winter the idling for more than 10 minutesDT44 DTA44800 rpmDT66 DTA66800 resp between 24 and 28 VoltsWith the engine stopped and the start keyindicate 12 Volts resp 24 VoltsSTART positionwhile the engine is runningDoing so will damage the starter gauge7Oil pressure gaugeWith the engine at operating lightsalarm buzzer If this alarm buzzer soundswhile running shutdown Turn the key to the positionturned offhas been in operation for a long time position left of the When 2 control panels are connected to10Mechanical shutdownthe engine can be done this waynance Perform each function at the indiFailure to carry out maintenance canresult in faults and permanent damage toEvery 10 hours or daily before startingCheck engine oil levelpage 28Check coolant levelpage 29Check water strainerpage 30Drain water from fuel filterpage 31Battery cables and cable 32Drain water from fuel filterpage 31Engine oil changepage 34Replace oil filterpage 34Check Vbeltspage 36Check gearbox oil levelpage 40Replace fuel filterpage 41Check flexible engine mountspage 45Check valve clearancepage 46Engine oil changepage 34Replace oil filterpage 34Check Vbeltspage 36Check gearbox oil levelpage 40Replace fuel filterpage 41Raw water pump inspectionpage 42Gearbox oil changepage 44Replace air cleanerpage 45Check flexible engine mountspage 45Check hose 45Check valve clearancepage 46page 48supplied as selfadhesive label with eachengine where it can be seen clearlyIf necessary ask your engine supplier of new or of cylinder head bolts is3Cleaning of heat exchanger and the engine before carrying out oil levelTurn the engine off2Oil levelThe difference between the two oil levelDT44 DTA4415 litres 26 UK ptDT66 DTA662 litres 35 UK pt3Topping up oilcoverDaily before coolant levelheat the engine is at operating levellower edge of the filler neck6Topping up coolantIf necessary top upwater 60 orwater or brackish waterChecking coolant levelDaily before the raw water strainerraw water strainer 8Cleaning the strainerof the water depending on the pollution ofthe strainer An improperly sealed lid willresult in air sucked in by the sea waterChecking and cleaning the raw water strainerDaily before starting9Empty fuel filterthe filterDrain the water and close the fuel system is does not fire within 20 secondsWait until the starter motor has battery battery clean and dryafter reassembling Hand tighten the specific gravityEvery Vetus battery hasa hydrometer 1show one of three dot visible65 or or light Check alternator andor cables and batteriesALL electrolyte levelFor conventional batteries it is required tocheck the electrolyte level vent caps taking care no spark totop up with distilled water Replace vent15Checking specific The hydrometer reading seebetween high and low If not recharge orreplace battery During checking the temWarningKeep sparks and naked flamesDo not allow battery acid to comeWear protective gogglesDo not rest tools on the batteryBattery cables and oil changeleast once a yearout more the oillocated at the heat exchanger side of the18Removing the oil filterUnscrew the oil filter with a the oil with a switched off engineperature approx 8019Oiling the oil seal20Oil with oilopening in the valve coverwith the 4 CMOUNTOFOIL4 C 14litres 31 UK galChecking the Vbeltsand engine off Refit belt guard if tension VbeltCheck tension of the Vbelt by applying11mm approx 3820 Vbelt of coolantpump in the direction of the arrow usingsion of the Vbelt is alternator VbeltRotate the pinion the tension of the belt is bolts 12WarningCheck tension and change belts only withthe engine off Refit belt guard if the Vbelt of coolant andpump in the direction of the arrow usingpump in the direction of the arrow usingsion of the Vbelt is tension and change belts only withthe engine off Refit belt guard if the alternator VbeltTension the belt by rotating the until the bolts 12WarningCheck tension and change belts only withthe engine off Refit belt guard if the the dipstick29Oil level checkstick and lowering it into the hole withFor oil type and specification see page 70Vetus engines are normally equipped withZFHurth gearboxes Consult the suppliedOwners Manual for more details aboutengine is equipped with another brand of30Fuel filter removalRemove the fuel filter use a naked flames away when working31Fuel filter the filter When the rubber replacing the fuel filter the systemThe fuel system is filter water pump inspectionis not proof against running dry If thenecessary to replace the impeller Always34Pump cover removala waterpump plierimpeller must be installed in the sameRaw water the impeller if the such as a silicone the pump coverRaw water the oilpump in the dipstick hole Push with new oilRefill the gearbox to the correct level viaFor oil specification see page 66Vetus engines are normally equipped withZFHurth gearboxes Consult the suppliedOwners Manual for more details aboutengine is equipped with another brand ofChanging the gearbox oil41Air flexible engine mountsalign engine in case of doubt 43Inspection hose Cracked hoses looseIRFILTER 4 C44Checking adjusting valve clearvalve aside For convienance firstRemove rocker coverPosition crankshaft as per schematicNote the clearance is correct if someresistance is felt when the feeler gaugeAdjust valve clearance if locknut 4Use screwdriver 7Check and adjsut valve clearance on allReinstall rocker cover use a new gasReinstall air intake from Position 1Crankshaft Position 2on schematicValve Clearance Adjustment in case that the coolant presprotection for the of coolantand check that all the coolant has beenWarningBe aware of the risk of skin burning duringUse a mixture of 40 antifreeze ethyleneFor specifications see page 72lower edge of the filler neckIf necessary add coolantwater or brackish waterthe calorifier will not take place automatithe cooling system the cooling system 85 litres 19 UK galQUANTITY6 C 12litres 26 UK gal1Fuel systemDrain the water from the waterno loadEngine oil with protective propertiesEg Shell Super Diesel T 10W40 Preferably waterfree fuelwhile engine is running5 Winter storage systemWith the engine still at operating temperathen turn off3Raw water cooling systemof the water strainer If necessary cleanthe raw water strainerPour 1 litre 2 UK ptTake care that no antifreeze is spilled intostrainerAn improperly sealed lid will result in airsucked in by the raw water pump which5 Winter storage water cooling systemTo avoid corrosion during winter storagethe cooling system must be filled with mixture or a coolantorNB Replacing the coolant is only neceswinterFor coolant replacement see page 485Electrical systemCharge batteries during winter layup reg5 Winter storage procedure1Fuel systemDrain the water from the filter page 31Drain the water from the fuel tankInstall a new fuel filter page system3Raw water cooling possible loose hose clampsOpen the sea cock4Fresh water cooling system6Check for the gearbox oil8Checking instruments andCheck the operation of the can never be then contact the nearest service carrying out repair 7 finding table7 faultFaulty or discharged batteryFaulty starterswitch or startermotor or pinionPossible faultFuel stop valve closedFuel filter clogged with waterFaulty pumpEngine shut down lever in stopFaulty Vbelt fuel pumpVent line of fuel supply tank1Engine will not crank2Engine cranks but will not start no smoke from chargerCheck replace VbeltFault finding table7 faultFaulty pumpFaulty glow plugs if intake airPossible faultFuel filter clogged with waterFaulty pumpFaulty Vbelt fuel pumpVent line of fuel supply tankFuel supply line restrictedIdle setting too low3Engine cranks but will not start smoke from exhaust4Engine starts but runs unevenly rough idlingReplace VbeltFault finding table7 faultFuel filter clogged with waterFaulty pumpEngine shut down lever in stopFaulty Vbelt fuel intake airFaulty Possible faultFaulty pumpOil level too lowFaulty oil filterFaulty turbochargeras a result of rubber particles froma worn impellerVent pipe blockedCoolant level too lowFaulty impeller raw water intake airMotor becomes apparantly overheated as a result of faulty temperature switch sensor or meter5Engine does not reach maximum rpm under load6Engine VbeltCheck size of propellerCheck cleanCheck cleanCheck cleanCheck cleanintake filterFault finding table7 faultFuel filter clogged with waterFaulty pumpFaulty Vbelt fuel pumpFuel supply line glow plugs if faultOil level too low7Engine not firing on all has little or no oil VbeltCheck AdjustPossible intake air9Engine oil consumption excessiveCheck Adjustoverhaul engineCheck size of propellerFault finding table7 faultPossible faultFaulty pumpWater in fuel systemFaulty glow plugs if in exhaust gases con10ABlue exhaust smoke idling10CWhite exhaust smoke at full loadCheck replace oil sealCheck water faultFaulty intake airFaulty Faulty injector injection pump10BBlack exhaust smoke at loadintake filterCheck sizes of propeller8 Technical DeutzBased on cooledAfter cooledBore101 mm101 mm101 mm101 mmStroke126 mm126 mm126 mm126 mmTotal cm4038 cm6057 cmCompression ratio184 1184 1184 1184 1Idling no of revolutions at no load2950 rpm2950 rpm2950 rpm2950 rpmValve Clearances coldInlet 03 Weight513 kg 1131 lbs532 kg 1173 lbs652 kg 1437 lbs657 kg 1448 Duty Commercial76 kW93 kW112 kW139 kWISO 3046IOFN103 hp126 hp153 hp189 hpat no of revolutions of2500 rpm2500 rpm2500 omwmin2500 rpmSpecial Light Duty84 kW103 kW125 kW155 kWISO 3046IOFN114 hp140 hp170 hp210 hpat no of revolutions of2500 rpm2500 rpm2500 omwmin2500 rpmFuel consumptionAt max power and max rpm208 gkWh202 gkWh202 gkWh202 gkWh8 Technical data8 Technical System pressure250 bar kgfcmFiring filter lift pumpSuction heightmaxmax 15 m 5 ftPressure lossmax 015 bar kgfcmFuel supply connectionfor hose 12mm IDLength fuel linemax 6m 20 ftFuel return connectionfor hose 10mm IDReturn flowmax 9lmin 2 UK galminOil capacity maxwithout oil filter75 litres75 litres125 litres125 litres165 UK gal165 UK gal275 UK gal275 UK galwith oil filter85 litres85 litres14 litres14 litres19 UK gal19 UK gal31 UK gal31 UK galOil pressure with warm oilFmin 08bar 116 psiOil temperature in sumpmax 1208 Technical version85 litres85 litres12 litres12 litres19 UK gal19 UK gal26 UK gal26 UK galKeelcooler version61 at pumpFlow170 lmin170 lmin180 lmin180 lmin374 UK galmin374 UK galmin396 UK galmin396 UK galminTotal head023 bar023 bar026 bar026 bar33 psi33 psi38 psi38 psiRaw water pumpFlowat max engine rpm98 lmin98 lmin123 lmin123 lmin216 UK galmin216 UK galmin27 UK galmin27 UK galminTotal head at max flow05 bar 7 psi05 bar 7 psi05 bar 7 psi05 bar 7 connectionfor hose 32mm IDCalorifier connectionM26 x 15 Kit no air system ExhaustAir intake vacuum pressuremax 25mbar 074 in HgExhaust back pressureat specified outputmax 120mbar 35 in Hgabsolute maximum 120mbar 35 in Hg8 Technical Volt 24 Volt see alternator data Volt 95 A 28 Volt 55 A see alternator data tagBattery capacitymin 88 Ah max 176 Ah at 12 Voltat 24 10 400 N 90 lbfFuel pump Coolant 400 N 90 lbfMax installation angle15 degrees angle25 degrees continuously 30 degrees wrench settings8 Technical dataScrew panM8x1630Oil drain plugM18x1550 long short eye Cyl arm injection holder lift pump clamping strapM8x20109 A4C212Pulley fuel lift banjo connectorfuel line intake manifold StudM1015 Exhaust manifold Bolt 4 CylM82110 6 Stud 4 CylM82210 6 CylM102210 Nut 4 CylM82110 6 bracket bracket raw waterpump in ftlb 074 x Torque in NmAmerican Petroleum ofApproved API OilsCD CE CF and CF4Approved CCMC OilsD4 D5To avoid oil changes dictated by the seasons we advise one ofC up to 30C up to 35For exampleVetus Marine Inboard Motor Fluid type A Suffix AFor exampleVetus Marine Gearbox Oilmodel ZF45 HSW450H220 liter35 UK ptmodel ZF45A HSW450A30 liter53 UK ptmodel ZF63 HSW630H138 liter67 UK ptmodel ZF63A HSW630A40 liter7 UK ptFuel Quality GradeUse commercially available diesel fuel with less than 05 sulferIf the sulfur content is higher than 05 the intervals between oilchanges should be halved eg change oil every 250 hoursDIN 51 601 Feb 1986BS 2869 1988NATO Code F54 and F75described by lawWintergrade fuelWaxing may occur at low temperatures clogging the fuel systemand reducing engine available from filling stations well in advance of the coldon sale as well for use down to 20FuelThe preparation and monitoring of coolant in concentration of the cooling system protective liquid in thecoolant should not fall belowexceed the following limitssame mixture of antifreeze and tap waterFor exampleARAL Antifreeze ExtraESSOESSO Antifreeze Antifreeze ExtraTOTALELF Glacelf MDXBPBP Antifrost Code No X2270 ACooling system quality for coolant preparationUse preferably tap waterNever use seawater or brackish waterWater at ion content mgdmSulfate ion content mgdmTotal hardness 4125 61 91 92 93 W G1 G2 NC NC54361X3MX4M B4 B1 B2 B5 B3A1A3A4A2Fuel B4 B1 B2 B5 B3C1C2Red Yellow Orange Violet White orKey lights10 Wiring diagram4125 61 91 92 93 B4 B1 B2 B5 B4 B1 B2 B5 B3Red Yellow Orange Violet White switchWarning orModel 20 21 22Voltmeter Tachometer 1 1C1C210 Wiring diagram10 Wiring diagram 61 91 92 93 95L2L3L4L5 B4 B1 B2 B5 B3A3A4Fuel B4 B1 B2 B5 B3Red Yellow Orange Violet White orWarning lightsC1C2Key switch1231 Sea water intake 32 mm dia3 Fuel return 10 mm dia4 Fuel supply 12 mm diaDTA441231 Sea water intake 32 mm dia3 Fuel return 10 mm dia4 Fuel supply 12 mm dia1 Sea water intake 32 mm dia3 Fuel return 10 mm dia4 Fuel supply 12 mm dia123DTA661 Sea water intake 32 mm dia3 Fuel return 10 mm dia4 Fuel supply 12 mm diaAftercooler 11Air cleaner 45Air intake filter 9 11Alternator 8 10Antifreeze 72Battery 3233Bleeding 31Calorifier 17Calorifier connection 811Changing the gearbox oil 44Check oil level 28Checking coolant level 29Checking engine oil level 28Checking valve clearance 8 10Combustion air system 67Connection for gearbox pushpull cable 9Connection for throttle pushpull cable 8Control lever 19Control panels 1213Coolant 7273Coolant level 29Coolant pump 8 10Coolant replacement 4849Cooling system 67Cooling system drain plug block 11er 9 11er cover 9 11Cruising 2223Cylinder numbering 7Data tag 6Draining the oil 34Electrical system 68Electrical system connector 8 10Engine installation 68Engine Lubricating Oil 70engine mounts 39Engine Oil 15Engine oil change 3435Engine serial number 1Engine specifications 6468Exhaust 67Exhaust injection bend 9 11Exhaust insulator 9 11Fault finding table 5963Filler cap for cooling system 8 10Filling gearbox with oil 16Filling the cooling system 17 49First commissioning 1518Flexible engine mounts 9 11Fuel 18 71Fuel consumption 65Fuel filter 8 10Fuel filter replacement 41Fuel lift pump 8 10Fuel Quality Grade 71Fuel return pipe connection 9 11Fuel supply pipe connection 8 10Fuel System 66Gearbox 9 11Gearbox filler cap oil dipstick 9 11Gearbox lube oil cooler 9 11Gearbox Lubricating Oil 70Gearbox oil level check 40Gearbox standard 68Heat exchanger 9 11hose connections 45Hydrometer of engine parts 811Idling speed 22Impeller 43Introduction 513 25Lifting eye 811Lubricating oil 70Maintenance chart 27Maintenance schedule 26Manual operated stop 8 10Oil cooler 8 10Oil dipstick 8 10Oil filler cap 8 10Oil filter 8 10 3435Oil level 28Oil lubrication system 66Oil pressure gauge 13 23Oil sump drain pump 9 11Operating media 7073output 65Overall Dimensions 7881PTO Mounting facility for extra belt pulleyPTO Mounting facility for water inlet 8 10Raw water pump 8 10 4243raw water strainer 30Runningin 18Safety measures 4Serial number 1 7Speed governor 9 11Starter motor 9 11Starter preheat switchlock 13Starting 1921Stopping 24strainer 30Tachometer hours counter 13Technical data gauge 13 23Topping up coolant 29Topping up oil 28Torque wrench settings 9 11Use 1424Vbelt alternator 8 10Vbelt alternator fuel pump coolant pump8 10Vbelts 3639 68Valve Clearance Adjustment 13 22Warning light 13Warning lights 23warranty conditions 2water separatorfuel filter 31Winter storage procedure fuel 71Wiring diagram 7476 Art DTA44 DT66 manualDT44 DTA44 DT66 DTA44 DT66 DTA66 DTA44 DT66 DTA66 de operacionDT44 DTA44 DT66 DTA66 per lusoDT44 DTA44 DT66 DTA66 DTA44 DT66 DTA44 DT66 DTA44 DT66 DTA44 DT66 Parts manual DT44 DTA44 DT66 Workshop Manual DT44 DTA44 DT66 DTA66 Deutsch English Manuel dAtelier Manual de TallerFranais en Garantieboek Service and Warranty Manual Nederlands 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