I put a new set of plug wires on it a few months ago. I'll try a new plug and also moving the plug wire and see what happens.
The first couple of times it happened, I would clean the plug and it would run good for a few minutes before it went back to missing. But the last time or two I cleaned the plug, it seemed to have no effect. Maybe the plug is completely fouled now.
Re: D-14 Dead Miss in reply to Palpatine, 05-25-2014 21:40:01
I have not had good luck cleaning a fouled plug more than a coupla time before they short out for good. I try to keep new plugs around and change out a fouled plug when it happens. Some times you can work the tractor under a heavy load several hours will stop the problem with clean oil.
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