Posted by mike paulson on November 22, 2012 at 02:21:37 from (184.108.40.206):
I have noticed after i let my MF 50 sit for a week in the cold and then go to run her it will spit and sputter some, and wont stop even when warmed. i do some readjusting on the carb and drive it around and after a while things seem to smoth out. if i start it later in the day all is fine and dandy. but 2 weeks later i go to start it and the same thing happens. I have a completely rewired this tractor, it has a fresh tune up including all components, plugs, wires, cap rotor, points condensor, etc, just to get that out the way. I rebuilt my carb last weekend and my feul supply seems good, with good gas. When she sputters i pull the choke closed slightly to enrich and she sputters worse showing me its not lack of fuel...any ideas, maybe a weak coil?
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