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Sears SS/16 with twin cylinder 18 HP Onan engine

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George Bradley

08-17-2003 11:35:03

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Can't get the engine to start. Seems to be getting no gas to the carborator. Checked fuel line,ok. Regaped plugs and points. Battery is good. Solenoid just replaced. Tractor was running fine. I replaced the drive belt and now I can,t get it to run. Any help would be appreciated. I'm at a lose.

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Tonyt Daniel

10-20-2003 08:22:10

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 Re: Sears SS/16 with twin cylinder 18 HP Onan engi in reply to George Bradley, 08-17-2003 11:35:03  
I was wondering if the hitch was or could be hydraulic. The original has been modified I'm not sure what I have.

Thanks for your help. Tony

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08-20-2003 13:19:26

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 Re: Sears SS/16 with twin cylinder 18 HP Onan engi in reply to George Bradley, 08-17-2003 11:35:03  
check safety switches under tractor. you may have knocked a wire of when you did the belt.

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08-17-2003 20:48:08

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 Re: Sears SS/16 with twin cylinder 18 HP Onan engi in reply to George Bradley, 08-17-2003 11:35:03  
Is there an electical connection(anti-backfire)on carb that may have gotten pulled loose?

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