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Re: cold starting D15 gas

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Larry Stinson

12-09-2012 16:27:01
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have a gas D15 great running ol' girl she is kept under a carport when not being used. I live up in North Idaho. Cold country. She does not like to start in the cold. I have a block heater. When I try to start, I pull the choke out & open the throttle almost full. I get a 3 or 4 seconds of run, then stalls out and appears to flood. When I try to restart she wont fire unless I pull a couple of plugs a brush them off. I replace the points, plugs, cap, rotor etc this past summer. Any advise would be wonderful. Thanks

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JMS/.MN

12-09-2012 16:36:18
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 Re: cold starting D15 gas in reply to Larry Stinson, 12-09-2012 16:27:01  
You are flooding it. Most tractors, you give the throttle about 3-4 'notches'- never anywhere near full throttle. Summer, usually don't need choke, cold weather you do.



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Larry Stinson

12-09-2012 16:46:56
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 Re: cold starting D15 gas in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-09-2012 16:36:18  
Ive tried every level of throttle. it will only fire up on almost full throttle. It will be 16 tomorrow morning I'll give your suggestion a try. Thanks :)



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larry stinson

12-10-2012 13:52:01
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 Re: cold starting D15 gas in reply to Larry Stinson, 12-09-2012 16:46:56  
She didn"t fire up this morning like I was hoping. So I left the block heater on for 4 hrs or so. And tried again. 2 notches of throttle. No choke at first then 1/2 choke fired up. So I need better engine heater or add another one. I will be ordering a new coil too that"s the only thing I didn"t replace when she was tuned up last summer. Thanks again fellas for all the help with "Allis"



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Too Far Gone

12-14-2012 22:08:38
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 Re: cold starting D15 gas in reply to larry stinson, 12-10-2012 13:52:01  
replace condensor too.A weak one will weaken spark easily



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