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CA govoner

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Bob Franz

08-03-2008 08:38:50




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My CA will start at idle and increase RPM's until it is at full throttle without me touching it. If I pull back on the linkage it will idle but not for long. Is there anyway to adjust the govoner or carb butterfly so that the govoner works like it should?




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LenND

08-03-2008 15:02:57




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 Re: CA govoner in reply to Bob Franz, 08-03-2008 08:38:50  
Sounds like a spring on the throttle linkage that should keep tension on the rod is broken or stretched and not enough pressure.



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old

08-03-2008 08:53:04




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 Re: CA govoner in reply to Bob Franz, 08-03-2008 08:38:50  
Sounds like you have a bad gov. and or bad or missing springs in the linkage. Govoners do go bad some times and sounds like you need to pull it off to see whats wrong in there. I also know of times when they go bad that they take out the cam/crank/gov. gears and thats not a cheap or easy fix

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Bob Franz

08-05-2008 17:44:08




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 Re: CA govoner in reply to old, 08-03-2008 08:53:04  
Thanks to those replying to my question. I 'll see what happens once I fool around with it some more.



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