Well the upshot is that some or all engines don't get fuel or the system sets off alarms and refuses to pump .
What you have to remember is that fault finding involves stopping and spending an infinite amount of time stuffing about . There is no time in an MB/BMs table to do this and you can forget about it under wires .
The only reliable fix is to throw the path away and swing into SFT Chullora , detach the engines and ILF wagon to gas up the 93s at our fuel point . No time in a congested terminal not expecting to host an MB/BM service . Instructions are to get the damn thing in and get it out ASAP .
As mentioned they were set up in Melbourne and Brisbane terminals so they get more hands on than we do . ATM the 93s and ILF Skids aren't supposed to run on these trains due to repeated fuel problems and lost path late running , some days both trains were diverting for low fuel reasons .
Anyhow more likely to see 93s on steel trains and the odd one going to Parkes as extra power and being detached at Goobang Jct .
They have to refuel it at Loco and send it back again as a banker .
More rumors about C44ACis in different paint running through , running all the way , and not - running out . Maybe something for the Paparailzi to keep an eye out for - a long glass eye .