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WD won.t start hot

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Jimdril

07-09-2010 15:48:20




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MY WD pops off great cold, but won't restart hot. Barely Turns over when I try to restart. Almost new battery, tuned up recently.




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electaglider

07-22-2010 08:41:52




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Moved timeing back, and it starts fine hot now. Athought the mark is not right with the timing light?



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NCWC

07-14-2010 15:13:44




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Try checking the coil. Sometimes they short on the inside and get really hot. Could cause your no running or no starting condition when its hot.



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NCWC

07-14-2010 15:10:27




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Try checking the coil. Sometimes they short on the inside and get really hot. Could cause your no running or no starting condition when its hot.



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JMS/.MN

07-10-2010 18:02:49




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
If it has the magneto, not converted to the distributor, the magneto could need a rebuild. Try pull starting it when hot- if it starts easily, it"s the mag.



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mlpankey

07-10-2010 09:03:54




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
in need of a valve job or piston rings can cause it also. try a little atf in the gas it might help might not.



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J Heitkemper

07-10-2010 05:53:42




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
could be starter problems , and or ., bad conections EVERYWHERE ... try cleaning ALL ..



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electraglider

07-10-2010 02:30:10




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Ihave the same problem on WD45. I check timing with light. The F mark on fly wheel is right where it should be. Spark plugs are gapped good. Will check the points, but not sure about starter. Rolls good cold, but engine barely turns hot?



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old

07-10-2010 07:52:27




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to electraglider, 07-10-2010 02:30:10  
A lot of times when hot a starter will bind up where as when cold it will spin just fine. That back in the day of headers caused big time problems with the hot rods of the 60s and they had to re-do many a header and or add heat shields so as to keep from smoking starters because of over heating



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old

07-09-2010 17:51:01




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Turns over hard when hot is either timing to far advanced. Point gap wrong or a starter going bad



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fastsaws

07-09-2010 16:25:29




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to Jimdril, 07-09-2010 15:48:20  
Sounds like a timing problem. If this started after the tune up check the points gap, distributor timing and spark plug gap.



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Jeff Z.

07-10-2010 08:28:19




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 Re: WD won.t start hot in reply to fastsaws, 07-09-2010 16:25:29  
Then start it when it's cold. LOL



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