Maintenance works: Cirereta’s battery and Tuisa’s heating
Today’s plan has been to take a ride with the Tuisa to see what was causing an emission of smoke from a crankcase respirator which happened after a continuous use of, say, about three quarters of an hour. We have not been able to reproduce it, the question remains unanswered it and whether it has a solution or is simply engine fatigue.
Before leaving I tried to start the Cirereta to charge batteries but I did not succeed. We took batteries to the charger, while discovering that the ground connection was in poor condition and needed replacement, and that perhaps the batteries were not failing. We took the opportunity to change the position of the batteries improving access to them.
General start-up of buses and general suffocation in the workshops. And that has been all for today.