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Re: My international dozer TD 6 Gas to Diesel engine won't..

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To answer each person: I think the problem may very well be the butter fly that opens by mechanical linkage -when the lever is pulled back to start gas. I removed carb, piece between carb and the intake, and everything is working okay. Putting the thumb over the inlet hole and filling the bowel with gas -slowly- I could see the float rise, shutting off the gas. Taking my thumb off the inlet hole no gas escaped the bowl. The float is made of cork, it is old and has many cracks, though it still works. The linkage rod that opens and closes the float valve concerns me. When lever is pulled back the float valve is not all the way open. When apart, I marked the side of the carb and the linkage rod where the float was fully open. Putting the carb on, the linkage, and then pulling the lever back -all the way, I observed the linkage rod went past the mark a ways. There is the metal rod that extends to each end of the intake. When the lever is pulled back the rod turns up -I think opening the butter fly valve. When pushing the lever forward, there is a snapping sound and simultaneously the rod turns down. This is why I think there may be a problem with the butterfly plate sticking. However, if the butter fly is attached to the rod then why would it not turn with the rod? Question: Do I have to remove the intake to get at the butter fly? And what is the procedure?

I think this is a good forum and works well. Helping each other is what its all about. Thanks in advance. Thank all of you

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02-09-2014 19:45:14

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 Re: My international dozer TD 6 Gas to Diesel engine won't.. in reply to thomaskd44, 02-09-2014 17:09:44  
Thomas, If I remember correctly, there is a Y-shaped bracket the opens/closes the butter fly. On my 650, the rod that goes between the "Y" was not pushing it up. I pushed the "Y" up with a screw driver to get it lose and then put some penetrating oil on it. Now before I try to start it in spring, I always check if it is lose by just moving it back and forth a few times with my fingers. If you can move the butter fly, then that's probably not your problem. But I suppose the valve inside the intake manifold could have broken lose from the rod that operates it. Never heard of that happening. Al

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