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Re: John Deere L110 Cuts-off When Hot

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mrjdman80

09-25-2013 19:56:08
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Kevin, three thoughts. 1. Make sure the vent hole in your head cap is not plugged. This will Rob the engine of gas and cause it to die. The hole is in the direct center of the cap and is the size of a paper clip. If it is plugged, clean it. 2. You may be losing spark. This machine has a magneto ignition system that is not oil pressure protected. All you need for the tractor to run is the pto lever turned off and the park brake locked. Run it till it dies then check for spark right away. An online spark tester works the best. If you have no spark then replace the coil.
3. It sounds like your John Deere dealer is not so Brite. That Model has been around long enough that they should have known to do these tests. Sometimes it pays to drive farther to a better dealer.
Tim

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JD Seller

09-28-2013 23:01:14
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 Re: John Deere L110 Cuts-off When Hot in reply to mrjdman80, 09-25-2013 19:56:08  
Tim I have had them not get hot enought running under NO load. Some times you have to be actually mowing to get them to quit.



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Kevin Austin

09-26-2013 06:38:06
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 Re: John Deere L110 Cuts-off When Hot in reply to mrjdman80, 09-25-2013 19:56:08  
Tim,
The vent in the gas cap was the first thing I checked because I had that happen before. Based-on my search of other forums, it sounds like either the fuel shutoff solenoid or the coil, so I am probably just going to replace both and be done with it. The parts aren"t that expensive. Thanks for your help!



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