I had the tractor running nice and smooth with the choke on and took a spray bottle with soap and water in it and sprayed every place I could think of and it made no difference in the running. So I guess I can deduct that it is needing a carb kit eh!!
Re: Run with choke on - why? in reply to Jim Wieringa, 12-24-2012 16:01:18
What were you hoping to see with soapy water?
Try spraying starting fluid(CAREFULLY!)around the throttle shaft, the carb to intake manifold interface, and the cylinder head to manifold interface. if you heaar the engine speed up, you"ve found your leak. look for vcracks or rust holes in the intake manifold also.
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