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Schneider

05-15-2018 03:50:50




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I have a Case 830. Fired it up yesterday and about 15 seconds later it died.(fuel is on). Last time I had this proble it was something blocking fuel at the valve. I checked that and fuel is flowing out the carb as it should.

No spark. Power to the points but voltage is low. After I put the cap back on it fired up and I was about to load the spreader and it died again. Seems to be an electrical problem so i ran a wire from the batttery straight to the coil and still no spark.

Any ideas?

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old

05-15-2018 08:51:59




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to Schneider, 05-15-2018 03:50:50  
Sounds like the point need some TLC or if you have done a tune up to it in say the last year the condenser if likely to be bad since now days you have a 50/50 chance it is bad. Right out of the box. I have not changed condensers in over a decade. As for points they can be corroded in such a way they work for a minute then don't work



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Bruce from Can.

05-15-2018 07:20:41




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to Schneider, 05-15-2018 03:50:50  
Just a question, has it raised lately, and did the tractor get wet? Bad wires hate damp conditions. My Ford F800 truck needs a new distributor cap every two or three years, even the smallest crack in the cap on a damp day, and it will behave as your said your tractor is. So if it has been wet, take a hair dryer, and dry the wires, and the inside of the cap. Won’t cost you anything, but might show what the problem is , if it has been wet.

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rvirgil_KS

05-15-2018 07:15:54




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to Schneider, 05-15-2018 03:50:50  
Check the points contacts and points gap. If bad get a set of good quality points, not the kit cheapos

Try a different known good condenser

Wire between coil and side of distributor should have near battery voltage with points open and near zero volts with points closed.



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Schneider

05-15-2018 04:27:52




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to Schneider, 05-15-2018 03:50:50  
All ignition new last year when I rebuilt the engine. But the wiring is old.



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casecollectorsc

05-15-2018 04:50:39




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to Schneider, 05-15-2018 04:27:52  
Did you check the in-line resistor before the distributor? Should have 12 volts coming into it and about 7.5 to the distributor. They do go bad after time.



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schneider

05-15-2018 18:37:53




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 Re: Case 830 stalls in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-15-2018 04:50:39  
Had about 7 volts at the distributor. All was dry inside. Tractor stored inside. Ill try the condenser and recheck the points. Gone for a week now so its just going to sit where it is at. At least I wasn’t in the neighbors yard when it died.



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