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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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throttle linkage on 9N

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Caroline Chamblin

05-18-2009 20:45:28
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Well I am starting a new thread as the old one is pages back. I have checked the throttle linkage and it appears intact. I can move it by hand and the spring moves it back and forth either with the throttle or at the end by the generator. Starts but runs wide open. I haven't replaced the hairspring on the choke butterfly but it was running before without that so...unless it is stuck open? Even stuck open I don't thing the engine would be flat out running with a stuck open choke. Next step after you folks is the handy mechanic, Sorenson Trucks. The fellow who owns it knows much about these old Fords.
Caroline
Thanks again in advance

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Caroline Chamblin

05-19-2009 14:22:01
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
Ok mechanic was here and I have now paid a total of $275.00 for a fixed up tractor. However I had the choke flapper installed upside down. The idle set screw had fallen out (not the mix adjustment) there was no tensioning spring in my rebuild kit and there wasn't one on my screw so I just put it back in and it kept unscrewing and raising the throttle. ugh. I should have noticed that duh!

Thanks everyone,
and Dell no yelling about paying a mechanic!
Caroline

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Dell (WA)

05-19-2009 14:28:42
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-19-2009 14:22:01  
Caroline......sigh, what can I tell you? you stubborn lady. The offer is still there. .....Dell



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JMOR

05-19-2009 08:41:44
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to lonestarjeff, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  

Caroline Chamblin said: (quoted from post at 11:16:01 05/19/09) yes I will check that especially since I didn't install the hairspring.
Caroline

Thanks,

will post an update later



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Caroline Chamblin

05-19-2009 08:16:01
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
yes I will check that especially since I didn't install the hairspring. Caroline
Thanks,
will post an update later



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soundguy

05-19-2009 06:31:25
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
do check to see if the throttle butterfly is not stuck open.. I just pulled my naa out of the barn and it's butterfly was stuck wide open.. had to pull the carb to free it up.

post back.

soundguy



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Caroline Chamblin

05-19-2009 04:03:04
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
Thanks Dell I sometimes have trouble figuring out the shorthand. C.



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Caroline Chamblin

05-18-2009 22:40:28
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
I will try that tomorrow morning Dell. Thanks, so the governor unhooked won't hurt it?
Caroline What is WOT



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Dell (WA)

05-18-2009 22:54:02
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N WOT in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 22:40:28  
Caroline.......WOT = Wide Open Throttle .......Dell



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Dell (WA)

05-18-2009 22:26:11
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
Caroline.......disconnect the throttle linkage between the governor and yer carb. They are "spring-loaded" ball couplers. That should STOP yer WOT. Then gitt'chur carb side-pointing idlemix adjusted and yer behind the carb idlespeed screw to incredibly slooooow 400-rpms. ......Dell, PS.....I'm available for service calls and I work cheap



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Caroline Chamblin

05-18-2009 22:20:34
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
Yes that seems likely doesn't it? It was working before the tangle in the mower with the cable so...I am going to call the mechanic tomorrow.
Caroline



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R Geiger (or)

05-18-2009 21:17:27
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 Re: throttle linkage on 9N in reply to Caroline Chamblin, 05-18-2009 20:45:28  
I don't know anything about the governor, but it is sounding to me like it has a problem.



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