Ther should be no problem with your guage. It only moves where the sending unit tells it to and as long as it moves, it should be OK. The sending unit is on the front of the tractor above or around the water pump. There should be a wire attached to it. Ground the wire with the key on and the guage should peg. I would start with replacing the sending unit. The tac is mostlikely a broken cabl;e or sheared gear on the back of the generator. Disconnect it there and see if the fitting it fits into spins when the trator is running, Disconnect from the tac end with the gen end connected and see if it turns. If the cable turns, then thet tac is bad (it's very seldom this). For the running problem, follow everyone elses directions. Sounds like it's not getting enough fuel or the spark is not advancing properly. For the leak, use some degreaser and clean the front to see where the leak is coming from. If you need breakdowns, get an IT repair manual.
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