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2N running fast

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TSWolf

10-23-2012 10:34:35
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Brought this up a couple months ago, and just now had time to do some work on it. My 2N starts and runs, but revs extremely high when started. I pulled off and inspected the governor, no problems, rebuilt the carb, with no result, and did a complete tune up(plugs, points, condenser, rotor), also with no result. What else could be causing this?




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GB in MT.

10-24-2012 17:38:02
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to old, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
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TW;

Got the email, and replied with my pho#.

Any time tomorrow afternoon, is fine for me!!

Gary :)



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TSWolf

10-24-2012 13:31:15
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to ChrisCos, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
Ok, thank you, I will be sending you an email.



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GB in MT.

10-24-2012 05:15:52
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to oldtanker, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
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TSW;

Do you have the SAME symptoms, with BOTH yer carbs????

Would like to talk with you about yer problem, BUT......you will have to email me and I can give you my PHO.# via email reply!!!

My email is open, on the Modern side of this forum, at the bottom of this reply....just poke the email button, and fill in the blanks!!!!

Yer dime....but will only cost ya a pho. call!!!!
Just remember.....ya been fightin' this thing, for about two Mos.!!!! 15 mins on the phone, might fix yer problem!!!!???????

Gary :roll:

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TSWolf

10-23-2012 11:28:17
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to Bob Harvey, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
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I put everything back in as it was, but I can check.



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old

10-23-2012 13:34:42
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to TSWolf, 10-23-2012 11:28:17  
Make sure that the idle adjustment screw on the linkage is backed off to the point it should be for slow idle and that the linkage does not bind when pushed to idle



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W_B

10-23-2012 11:25:05
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to howdy1960, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  

My 9N does the same thing, but not extremely fast, but doesn't idle down by itself or stay there when put there by hand. I think I have a governor problem (?). Haven't had time to look at it to be sure, lots of dirt/grease around the thing. This is a work tractor that stays attached to a manure spreader so it doesn't stay as clean as I would like.
What should I be checking?



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TSWolf

10-23-2012 11:07:59
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to sHan tn, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
No matter what I do to the carb, whether adjusting or moving linkage by hand, it still runs extremely fast.



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old

10-23-2012 11:22:20
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to TSWolf, 10-23-2012 11:07:59  
So your saying if you try to slow the engine down by pulling on the carb/gov rod it does not slow down?? If that is true did you maybe remove the throttle plate from the carb and install it back wards so it does not move and close up as it should???



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HCooke

10-23-2012 10:39:31
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 Re: 2N running fast in reply to TSWolf, 10-23-2012 10:34:35  
Got the throttle to gov and gov to carb rods backwards? Got preload on the gov spring? What happens when you disconnect the rod to the carb and control the carb by hand?



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