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Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min

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Marty Pinion

04-16-2018 08:27:10




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Will run 5-15 min at high idle with no issues. Then starts to die down and unless you back off throttle it will eventually shut off. Replaced sediment bowl, carb, inline filter, points, coil, battery, plugs, wires and probably other things I'm forgetting. I would think by running good some would mean compression is ok. Any thoughts




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sotxbill

04-21-2018 07:34:12




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
just to throw in a wrench.. I have see a lot of bad ignition switches on that series where as you run it, the switch gets warm and then goes open, shutting of the ignition.... wiggle the key, and it runs again.



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Marty Pinion

04-18-2018 04:35:21




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
Good info from all. Have a guy coming to look at it in a few days so we'll let you know what he finds. If nothing then we'll start over in case something simple got missed during this time. This is a tractor that was mine and now a friend is having this trouble with it so I feel obligated to help



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Texasmark1

04-20-2018 06:09:52




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-18-2018 04:35:21  
That's why I'm making NO mention of selling any of my stuff to my new neighbors. No sale, no responsibility, self inflicted or not. Besides I find myself using what I have thought about selling and would just have to replace it......with what....a new DEF tractor?



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Dollar Bill

04-17-2018 06:40:24




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
What prompted all of the new parts?

What does spark look like when it shuts down?
Are there any resistors leading to the coil? If so, jumper across the resistor to see if changes run time.

Was it shutting down before changing the condenser? If not, put the old one back in.



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Texasmark1

04-17-2018 06:03:15




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
Take the cap off the fuel tank and try again.



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Marty Pinion

04-17-2018 04:48:59




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
Inline filter has been removed, good gas flow through carb and new points and condenser has been installed.



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Dollar Bill

04-17-2018 03:32:51




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
Does it restart right away? If so, as Dean pointed out the filter could be restricting fuel flow.

To check fuel flow; remove the drain plug on the bottom of the carburetor. Let fuel run for at least a minute in order to drain the float bowl. You are looking for steady flow - No drips or dribbles.



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Dean

04-16-2018 09:21:36




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 Re: Jubilee dies down after 5-15 min in reply to Marty Pinion, 04-16-2018 08:27:10  
"[I]nline filter?"

If you have added an inline fuel filter, it must be designed for a gravity flow fuel system.

Dean



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