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03-08-2013 07:19:37

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lol my jub carb needs work but its the same way,even on the coldest day i cant choke it for any longer than it takes me to move the choke knob out and in, any more and its game over,my problems for some reason all my throttle is in 1/2 inch of movement i got a "black beauty" from here,and after several days, and miss diagnoses of the problem,[ engine rpm was allover the place and all by itself]i put the old carb back on,it ran sweet! its just now idle to full power takes 1/2 inch of handle movement,but it runs so good im afraid to fool with it lol ford tractors have been long known to be very sensitive to too much choke,most times none at all works just fine

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03-08-2013 10:24:00

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 Re: choke in reply to ericlb, 03-08-2013 07:19:37  
Eric, your throttle/governor problem is likely caused by linkage out of adjustment or maybe the wrong compensating spring is installed. There are two different governors used on the NAA; original is no longer available and the replacement unit requires a different compensating spring. Someone may have replaced the governor but mistakenly used the original spring. I suggest you get the IT Shop Service FO-19 manual which explains this and also the procedure for linkage adjustment. My NAA tractor had governor problems and after adjusting the linkage it is much better. The engine should not require much "choke" to start and mine needs partial choke setting for the first couple minutes of operation in real cold weather starts.

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