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Wisconsin VH4D

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Rob D.

05-14-2002 17:41:55
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I hope some one can help me!!!! I bought a skid steer with a VH4D wisconsin motor. I have heard a lot of good things about Wisconsin motors. But this is the first one that I have ever owned. So my first question is where I would be able to get ahold of an service/parts manual for this motor? Secondly does any one have any good suggestions on where I can get parts for this. I hope that most of them are still able to be gotten. As I got a spare motor coming and I would like to get this rebuilt and ready to put in. And lastly I'm experancing some diffcultly with the way that this is running. I did a complete tune up on this plugs,cap,rotor,wires,point and condensor. It starts up great and idles great too, but if you rev it up fast it acts like it is cutting out it spits and sputters really bad before it finally gets up to the desired RPM then it smooths out up to about 3/4 throttle from there on up it does not want to smooth out. The exact same thing happens every time that the governer kicks in. To me it almost acts like it is getting flooded as it choks out some black smoke as well. I'm not really sure where to start. I pulled the carb off took apart and cleaned it all up and it still is doing the same thing. I sure hope that some one can steer me in the right direction on all of my questions. I thank all of you for your info in advance. Rob D

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C TERRY

09-05-2002 20:30:16
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 Re: Wisconsin VH4D in reply to Rob D., 05-14-2002 17:41:55  
I HAVE A 700 SERIES BOBCAT THAT HAD THIS SAME PROBLEM. I CLEANED AND LUBED THE MECHANICAL TIMING ADVANCE INSIDE THE PRESTOLITE DISTRIBUTOR AND RE-TIMED THE MACHINE, THIS SEEMED TO HELP THE MOST. BUT AS MENTIONED BEFORE IN THE OTHER POSTINGS, CHECK THE AIRFLOW AND FUEL DELIVERY FOR OBVIOUS PROBLEMS.



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Seamo

06-04-2002 19:26:31
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 Re: Wisconsin VH4D in reply to Rob D., 05-14-2002 17:41:55  
Have you tried to run it with the air cleaner off or did this problem start after the tune up. Check carb float level ?needle and seat? is choke open all the way?Earl



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Jeff H

09-03-2002 14:43:36
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 Re: Re: Wisconsin VH4D in reply to Seamo, 06-04-2002 19:26:31  
I have the same problem with a bobcat VH4D. I also keep blowing head gasket's when I try to use it. Don't know what way to turn either.Maybe we can help each other out. Can you also tell me if you know where I can get some part's,Like head's maybe a distributer. Thank's



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Tom from Mica

05-22-2002 14:17:06
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 Re: Wisconsin VH4D in reply to Rob D., 05-14-2002 17:41:55  
i just purchased a Wisconsin VH4D engine that operates a water pump/tank skid slip-on. my wisconsin also came with no documentation.... anyway, you can find the service manual at several internet sites, but i purchased mine at http://www.continentalengines.com/. it costs $16.40 plus shipping....

as for parts, there are several internet sites out there that have Wisconsin parts....here is one that seems to have a good selection: http://www.planopower.com/store/wisconsin/vh4d.shtml. but the first url address also indicates they have parts....you can do a google.com search to find other sites as well. the good news is that Wisconsin Motors still exists and still manufactures the VH4D as far as i know, so parts are available... Wisconsin Motors is based in Memphis TN (800-932-2858)

as to your problem, it certainly sounds like a gas/air problem....is you air cleaner clean and the oil bowl filled with oil? black smoke could also be caused by poor air availabiliy, but it also be caused by the air vent in the carburetor being plugged or a carburetor needing adjustment.

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