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Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside

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CoreyV.

04-21-2014 06:16:37
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A friend has a Farmall 130 that runs better when it is colder outside. He can make several passes with the rear scrape blade before it want to cut off. Rather than when it is warm outside he can any make a couple of passes.

What would be causing this issue?




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Janicholson

04-21-2014 15:39:40
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to CoreyV., 04-21-2014 06:16:37  
If it is 12volt conversion, see if the coil has been changed to 12v (or a ballast resistor used) if not the coil is probably overheating from running on excess voltage. If it is correct, it could still be a bad coil. Feel it with your hand when it cuts out. It should be warm, not hot. If it is difficult to hold your hand on it, replace it. Jim



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Rod1555

04-21-2014 13:21:13
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to CoreyV., 04-21-2014 06:16:37  
when you describe the issue you said before it wants to cut out does it die or is he saving it by using the choke



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CoreyV.

04-21-2014 15:23:56
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to Rod1555, 04-21-2014 13:21:13  
It dies



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mkirsch

04-21-2014 11:36:55
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to CoreyV., 04-21-2014 06:16:37  
It shouldn't want to cut off no matter how many passes he makes with the scraper blade.

First off how does it run? It should sound smooth like a sewing machine, not lumpy and choppy like a Harley Davidson.

It probably needs a tuneup. Spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor, points, condenser, coil.



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Jim Becker

04-21-2014 07:43:24
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to CoreyV., 04-21-2014 06:16:37  
Sounds to me like an electrical component (condenser or coil) breaking down when it warms up. When it acts up, he should immediately check how strong the spark is, compare it to what the spark is like before a cold start. If the spark is bad, check deeper into ignition system. If spark is OK, look somewhere else.



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Matt Tieken

04-21-2014 07:16:34
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 Re: Tractor Run Better When Cold Outside in reply to CoreyV., 04-21-2014 06:16:37  
Sounds like it could be overheating.



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