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Re: John deere G compression/ignition help

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north puller

03-08-2013 06:43:03

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Just a thought. Do you think you're getting enough flow through the needle/seat? Is it simply running out of fuel after a long, hard pull?

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jd g help

03-08-2013 06:46:26

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 Re: John deere G compression/ignition help in reply to north puller, 03-08-2013 06:43:03  
I can check that but we are talking about riding the brakes putting it under load.. hasnt been hooked to a sled yet

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03-09-2013 20:16:40

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 Re: John deere G compression/ignition help in reply to jd g help, 03-08-2013 06:46:26  
It really would help you if you could put the tractor on a Belt..feed-grinder, Prony-brake or Fan.. Lets you work on it as it is working.. I would suggest pulling the inlet air tube to the Carb (from the air-cleaner), to eliminate other problems and verify that the choke is staying Open.. As JDB Puller said, the ignition may be letting the Fire go out.. be sure the engine is warmed-up before you try it and see if it is better.. Ron..

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north puller

03-10-2013 08:25:23

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 Re: John deere G compression/ignition help in reply to BushogPapa, 03-09-2013 20:16:40  
Ron is right about setting the timing under load, however I would sugest you find a dyno. If you are going to use a belt, BE VERY CAREFUL when you are reaching over it to adjust the distributor/mag.

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