Perkins has long manufactured high-performance diesel engines for a variety of applications, including your ag, marine, industrial, and construction equipment.
This company was on the forefront of changing how the diesel engine operated: from a slow-moving machine to a high-performance engine that helps you get the job done.
If you're looking at a rebuild for your Perkins engine, you might be at a loss as to where to start. We're here to help!
At HHP, we have a wide selection of rebuild kits to help you get the job done, including kits for your Perkins engine.
In this post, we're going through the details and contents of the overhaul kit for the Perkins 4.236.
Whether or not a kit will fit your engine is always a huge concern. One way to help tell if a kit is right for your engine is the specific application you're running.
This is true of this Perkins engine as well!
The Perkins 4.236 is a popular 4-cylinder engine, and can be found in many applications, including:
So, if your application is from one of these companies, you might be running this Perkins diesel engine.
When you buy a rebuild kit, we know that you want it to come with everything you need to get the job done. This kit delivers!
Your going to get your four cylinder kits, including:
This kit also comes with a top and bottom gasket set, which means you'll be getting the components you need to reseal the whole engine. It also includes your front and rear crankshaft seal.
In this kit, you'll also get a complete bearing kit. Components in this rebuild kit include:
When you're looking to rebuild a diesel engine, it's important to find your engine serial number to ensure proper fit. Your Perkins engine is no different.
Perkins engines are generally separated into two categories. There are the pre-1978 engines and the post-1978. Post-1978 engines include engines that are currently being produced.
In the pre-1978 engines, you'll be looking for a serial number with a max of 13 digits, including codes for the cubic inch capacity, the manufacturing country, OEM, serial number, and a letter that references special features.
The format for the later engines starts with two letters representing the engine family, five numbers for the build number or engine order reference, then a letter that indicates the manufacturing country, your engine number, and it ends with a final number that indicates the manufacturing year.
The ESN on a Perkins engine is often found on a tag on the engine block. It's not always in the same spot on different applications, so you may have to check a few places.
At Highway & Heavy Parts, we have the kits you need to get your engine running its best again. We also have:
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Just fill out the form with your name, engine information, and the parts you need, and our ASE-Certified Technicians will get back to you with an estimate. It's as close to magic as a diesel engine gets!