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C Allis miss' after an hour

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Shawn MN

01-21-2011 07:17:58

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I have a C Allis with a mower deck on it. After and hour or hour and a half it starts missing and running on 3 cylinders. Why does this happen? Coil?

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Ted in NE-OH

01-24-2011 12:40:04

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 Re: C Allis miss' after an hour in reply to Shawn MN, 01-21-2011 07:17:58  
Could be marginal gas supply , crud in tank or in pipe to filter bowel.

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01-21-2011 19:35:39

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 Re: C Allis miss' after an hour in reply to Shawn MN, 01-21-2011 07:17:58  
when it starts missing, does it eventually die and not restart ? coil and condenser.

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Shawn MN

01-22-2011 12:25:20

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 Re: C Allis miss' after an hour in reply to steve(ill), 01-21-2011 19:35:39  
Must be a valve. It's the same cylnder. And yes it wil restart. It just loses power and then dies. Thanx guys!

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01-21-2011 09:14:00

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 Re: C Allis miss' after an hour in reply to Shawn MN, 01-21-2011 07:17:58  
It it always the same cylinder or does it sort of move around?? If it is always the same cylinder I would say you have a valve that might be set a tad tight or a valve that starts sticking. If it moves around I would say you have a coil going bad and a coil going bad will make one miss and spit and sputter

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