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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

2N Runs bad

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Posted by flembo on November 11, 2012 at 11:48:20 from (

46 2N 12 volt with wagner loader has always started great and until now ran great. Last wkend I worked it hard moving gravel over rough ground realy bounced it around as well as me, at the end of the day it started running rough and hesitating on throttle up and clutch release . Started it yesterday and had to choke it to get moving stalled it several times I thought I might have shook some crud loose in the fuel system so I replaced the screen in the sediment bowl and the elbow at carb. 5 gal in tank so I didnít remove sediment bowl to check that screen. Gas flows freely from plug in carb filled a soup can in
short order. Still ran the same it has been 3 or 4 yrs. Since tune up so I replaced points .015 gap and set timing. Still ran the same. Today I pulled the carb cleaned with carb cleaner replaced the gasket between halves. Blew out all the ports. Set the twekums per the fo4 and it starded and ran great I backed out of garage no hesitation started in 3rd gear great and ran about 100 ft. then starded to stall I had to choke it to get back to garage.che cked fuel flow at plug right away seamed ok. Tried carb twekums slightly and thought it improved but it still hesitates.also cleaned and regapped plugs .025 plugs are champion h10c not the recommended al437 Any thoughts?


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