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CA will not start.

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BIll

03-13-2000 11:01:31




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I have an Allis-Chalmers CA that was converted to a 12 volt system. It has been working fine the last 5 years, The other day I went out to start the tractor and it started right off. As I began to lift the blade the engine stalled. I tried to start it again but she wouldn't. She will turn over and pop once in a while but will not start. Does anyone have a suggestion what may be wrong? Points and plugs are new.

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Dick L

03-13-2000 15:17:58




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 Re: CA will not start. in reply to BIll, 03-13-2000 11:01:31  

If the new points and plugs were in before it ran and died I would guess that it would be a fuel problem. But the first thing I would check would be spark. If you have spark at the points and then at the plugs I would the take the gas line off at the carb ad check the flow. If you don't have good gas flow check the shutoff valve under the tank. With the valve open and the cap off the tank blow air through the fuel line back through tank. If the gas starts to flow then you will need to clean tank and line before reconnecting back up to the carb or you will have to clean the carb. If you had gas at the carb and good spark then you will have to clean the carb. The tractor will run a little while with the gas setting in the bottom of the carb. Good luck and let us know what you find.

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Rick

03-13-2000 14:46:09




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 Re: CA will not start. in reply to BIll, 03-13-2000 11:01:31  
Does this tractor have a mag or distribtor.



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