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Re: 9N I need the experts! Help!

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06-17-2013 21:02:58

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Check your spark when it dies. Needs to be a blue white in color and jump a 1/4 inch gap or more. Maybe a simple ignition switch or a simple bad new condenser. If you have a good spark check for fuel flow out the carb drain plus. Trouble shoot always before doing parts or you may add to the problem

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06-18-2013 18:04:12

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 Re: 9N I need the experts! Help! in reply to old, 06-17-2013 21:02:58  
I know what you mean by adding new parts too quickly. Learned that by messing with cars all these years. You're right, its usually something simple. This one has me scratching my head though. thanks for the advice

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06-18-2013 20:57:24

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 Re: 9N I need the experts! Help! in reply to Darryl 2Ms, 06-18-2013 18:04:12  
Maybe like a IH 340 I have been working on. Had it running good the other day then all at once it started to miss and then died. Check spark and fuel and both seemed ok. Then yesterday i looked at it again and found that the rotor was not turning. Pulled the distributor and found a few teeth on the distributor drive gear had gone AWOL on it. The od thing was it would some times back fire then the next time try to start so was hard to figure out till I saw the rotor not turning so knew where to start looking.

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