Topic: Re: My 2N shuts down when leaning left
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I ponder out loud here: is there any source of heat around the tank: leakin g exhaust manifold, et al? Perhaps a hot spot on the tank gest dunked with fuel, pressurizing the tank and leading to flooding.
Vapor lock: is the fuel line in the way of heat?
Tractor should run fine on a slope (lean), up to a point, of course. Look at the gas tank, vent, cap, fuel line, all very carefully. Compare your tractor with a known good tractor of the same model and see what is different. You gotta be a detective here, consider everything; forget preconceived ideas, etc. and prove every part good.
Root-cause analysis training: I am giving you the free version...
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