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ca hiccups

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07-29-2014 11:38:16

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My ca has run very good with no problems ever since I've owned it. About 6 years. This year so far I've raked roughly 30 acres of hay in third gear, 3/4 to full throttle, pulling a new holland 55 rake. The last time I was on my way home driving on the road in 4th gear 3/4 throttle it hiccups 3 times when coming up a pretty steep hill. Nothing drastic just kinda long and steep. The governor kept the engine purring right along, no worries other than the hiccups. Then today I raked about 8 acres rolling hills no problems. Then I moved to another 2 acre field with a tiny knob of a hill and it did the hiccup thing a half a dozen times and the engine even stalled out on me 3 times. Question, what the heck is going on. Thanks.

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08-22-2014 11:55:47

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 Re: ca hiccups in reply to sculptor, 07-29-2014 11:38:16  
Hey Sculptor, you still have the CA? I forgot to add that to list!!!

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07-30-2014 19:16:47

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 Re: ca hiccups in reply to sculptor, 07-29-2014 11:38:16  
Check fuel flow with front end in the air or wires could be moving and shorting going up hill .

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07-30-2014 05:46:56

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 Re: ca hiccups in reply to sculptor, 07-29-2014 11:38:16  
pull the choke next time it does it and see if it clears up,,, could also be an ignition miss too

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07-29-2014 13:36:33

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 Re: ca hiccups in reply to sculptor, 07-29-2014 11:38:16  
You may have some floating junk in the tank so when going up hill it floats back the the sediment bowl and clogs things up for a moment or 2

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07-29-2014 19:38:59

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 Re: ca hiccups in reply to old, 07-29-2014 13:36:33  
Or a drop or two of moisture in the sediment bowl or Float-Bowl..


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