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Re: G won't start

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Dick L

11-09-2013 10:04:01
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You can tell if it is a fuel restriction carburetor problem real easy by spraying starter fluid into the carburetor. If it will run on light bursts of spray it is in the fuel delivery. If it doesn't then you start to prove out timing and compression. Sticking valves is part of compression. Also the firing order on the G 1342 not the usual Allis Chalmers firing order of 1243. One is closest to the radiator.

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JoeM(GA)

11-09-2013 17:09:36
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 Re: G won't start in reply to Dick L, 11-09-2013 10:04:01  
Dick, #1 is to the rear away from the radiator, remember it's in backwards!



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Dick L

11-09-2013 17:23:00
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 Re: G won't start in reply to JoeM(GA), 11-09-2013 17:09:36  
Oh crap, your right. Must be this stupid med I am on. I should have said number one is closest to the timing gear cover on the G.



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TX-G

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 Re: G won't start in reply to Dick L, 11-09-2013 17:23:00  
Thanks for the help guys. I finally got it running yesterday. I had rebuilt the motor before parking it at my fathers. I was a bit aggravated that I couldn"t get it to fire. I started over timing and setting the points. I finally got it running at about 20 deg advanced off the timing mark. It still does not have the power that it used to, but we are getting there. Now I have to figure out why the carb is dripping gas (even after rebuild) down the intake tube.

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TX-G

11-10-2013 08:39:51
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 Re: G won't start in reply to TX-G, 11-10-2013 08:25:26  
Sorry a bit more explanation. It's dripping a little gas when it is shut down. Closing off the tank stops it, but I can't leave it well enough alone. Ended up mowing about 2 acres yesterday.



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Dick L

11-10-2013 10:47:22
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 Re: G won't start in reply to TX-G, 11-10-2013 08:39:51  
The float needle is not seating in its seat. Not uncommon with the plastic tipped needles. When I have one like that I toss it in the can and put in an old solid brass needle. Some say you can tap on them to get them to match the seat making sure they are warm when tapping. The tips are of a plastic rubber which if hot they will melt. Hot being 250 degrees or more.



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