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Re: Our John Deere B's will not run.

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06-06-2013 07:10:34

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Hole in the manifold between ex and in?

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06-06-2013 07:16:59

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 Re: Our John Deere B's will not run. in reply to teddy52food, 06-06-2013 07:10:34  
I think so. If you stand on the right side of the tractor and look all the way across to the other side to left cylinder exaust port you can see it. I am certain that it is not good, but I do not think it affects the intake. Also it ran before, my feeling is that it is not the problem but I could be wrong. What are your thoughts?

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Canadian Ken

06-06-2013 17:54:02

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 Re: Our John Deere B's will not run. in reply to Spitfiremk14, 06-06-2013 07:16:59  
take your cutting torch/ propane torch, what ever you have available - turn on the fuel-do not light!!! run torch tip around intake manifold, the fuel from the torch will be pulled in the crack and allow the tractor to run better - I did this with a 425 garden tractor - it had been to three shops when I got to work on it. tractor would idle good, but at full throttle it would back fire, pop and buck - ran raw acetylene around the intake manifold and the tractor ran really good when I hit a specific area -removed the intake manifold and 1 inch of intake manifold gasket was missing allowing too much air in to the air/fuel mixture.


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Russ from MN

06-09-2013 19:19:08

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 Re: Our John Deere B's will not run. in reply to Canadian Ken, 06-06-2013 17:54:02  
Good troubleshooting tip, thanks!

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