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Farmall 560 carb problem? anyone have an idea?

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LaDuke Farmall

06-30-2012 15:03:08

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I got a 560 gas that was running just fine. Went to go down the road the other day and it started to act like it was choking out. I had to put it in first with the choke half way on, and ride the clutch to get it back to the house. I put a new fuel line and filter on it, took the carb apart and cleaned it, checked the cap and rotor and so on. Non of this worked. Anyone have an idea on what I missed? Thank you

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TomH in Pa

07-01-2012 05:05:09

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 Re: Farmall 560 carb problem? anyone have an idea? in reply to LaDuke Farmall, 06-30-2012 15:03:08  
Probably debris in the gas tank. Does the tank have a drain plug? Take the glass jar off and blow some air into the outlet then drain the tank.

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06-30-2012 15:10:40

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 Re: Farmall 560 carb problem? anyone have an idea? in reply to LaDuke Farmall, 06-30-2012 15:03:08  
Start with simple trouble shooting 101. Spark has to be a good blue/white and jump at the very least a 1/4 inch gap from the coil wire and ALL 4 plug wires. Next check fuel flow by pulling the carb drain and let it flow for a few minutes. Catch it to look for dirt/rust/water and so you can use it. You need a good steady flow of gas for 2-5 minutes.

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LaDuke Farmall

06-30-2012 15:17:12

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 Re: Farmall 560 carb problem? anyone have an idea? in reply to old, 06-30-2012 15:10:40  
thanks will give it a try

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