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Re: H will run a day after fuel shut off until tractor quits.

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05-02-2013 10:15:15

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I didn"t know that how you are suspose to do it. Our H has a mag and no kill switch so I usally just pull out the choke to kill the engine and turn the gas off. Most likely will start next time without choking at all. I suspose letting it run out of gas is fine but I was always afraid maybe of going away with the tractor running and it could run for hours if the gas was slightly on yet.

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05-02-2013 10:48:56

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 Re: H will run a day after fuel shut off until tractor quits. in reply to cleddy, 05-02-2013 10:15:15  
I agree with OLD. You put more wear on an engine by choking to shut down than all the hours running it.

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05-02-2013 10:36:29

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 Re: H will run a day after fuel shut off until tractor quits. in reply to cleddy, 05-02-2013 10:15:15  
Choking it to kill it is not a good thing to be doing. It can lead to gas in the oil and also washing down of the cylinder so you have a dry start which is hard on the rings. To shut one down like you have you should turn the gas off and wait to minute or 2 for it to die just to be sure it does in fact die. That is how I have to shut down one tractor I have but it is not a red one LOL

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