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Re: *N Shutting off

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11-02-2012 14:42:58

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Thanks a lot of good advise couple quick questions.

First it is the original 6v system with side dist.
Second since it will fail to stall if I pull the choke wouldn't that lean towards fuel and not spark?

Third where do I locate the screen for the reserve?


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11-02-2012 17:17:18

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 Re: *N Shutting off in reply to Stephenscity, 11-02-2012 14:42:58  
One like that can be a bear to figure out since it could be a simple loose wire or a bad ignition switch or a simple piece of junk in the gas tank. Check that all ignition wires at the switch the coil and the distributor are tight and clean.

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Bruce (VA)

11-02-2012 15:04:02

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 Re: *N Shutting off in reply to Stephenscity, 11-02-2012 14:42:58  

" Second since it will fail to stall if I pull the choke wouldn't that lean towards fuel and not spark?'


Pulling out the choke gives you a richer mixture. So, you could have either a fuel or spark problem. As Jim just said.

But it does not matter what it "might" be. Don't guess. Just check for spark & fuel and eliminate one or the other.

The screens are in the brass elbow and in the top of the sediment bowl.

Be careful removing & re-installing the elbow. Don't honk down on it; it's brass. First, use a flare wrench to remove the fitting. (as in the picture) Next, if you do not have another fitting to screw into the elbow (as in the picture) then use a crescent wrench on the top & bottom (NOT the sides) of the elbow to remove it. Otherwise, you will distort it & you will never get the fuel line fitting back into it.

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