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Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets

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rustys restos

05-09-2013 17:18:34

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do you have fuel at the carb? does it have the original sediment bowl ?if so,do you have good oil pressure to turn on the fuel?

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gary in neb.

05-09-2013 18:51:24

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 Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets in reply to rustys restos, 05-09-2013 17:18:34  
got fuel, actually got it to fire pretty good on starting, but dont run real great after that, if at all. no rpm. leaning to coil at this time. kinda ran for about 2 minutes and noticed coil was hot. so, think i will give that a try. kinda makes sense. son said it would run a bit, then die. set for 10 min or so would run again for a minute or two. just cant remember if i need a resistor or not on the coil....

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05-09-2013 20:04:57

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 Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets in reply to gary in neb., 05-09-2013 18:51:24  
If your coil is hot, you are getting too much voltage. If you have a coil that says use with external resistor it is really a 6 volt coil. If it is an original John Deere coil it will say 12 volt and has the resistor built in. A six volt coil is only meant to take 12 volts while the starter is depressed. This voltage comes from the side post of the starter switch if so equipped. If you put a resistor in be sure and mount it to the metal or it will get hot and burn up. I get my resistor from NAPA. The resistor on the ignition switch is to dim the lights not the coil. Russ

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Bob Harvey

05-10-2013 18:12:12

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 Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets in reply to jdman(mo), 05-09-2013 20:04:57  
Not to stir the pot, BUT, no coils have a " built in" resistor to my limited knowledge. They are either "resistor req'd" or not. I don't mind being wrong (happened once in 1972) and would like correct information if I am. HTH

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gary in neb.

05-10-2013 06:12:50

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 Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets in reply to jdman(mo), 05-09-2013 20:04:57  
with this being a positive ground, does the wire from the switch go to - and the wire to the dist go to +? i did not take it off so not sure which way it was hooked up. no external resistor and nothing marked on coil so gonna go with internal resisted coil.

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05-10-2013 06:36:35

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 Re: 2 cylinder carb gaskets in reply to gary in neb., 05-10-2013 06:12:50  
Hook wire from ignition switch to - terminal on coil. The + on the coil goes to the distributor. The only advantage in using a external resistor is you use 12 volts to start and about 7 volts to run. Gives faster starts in winter. Russ

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