Having issues with starting WD with the starter. The tractor is 12 volt with a magneto. The tractor only wants to pop when using the starter. Tractor starts fine when pull started. It also starts good after the tractor is warmed up. Carb has been rebuilt, new battery and cables, new plugs and wires, new mag cap and rotor.
Re: Hard starting Allis WD in reply to Mike(WI), 05-26-2012 15:06:17
You can put in all the new parts you want but if you do not know where the problem is first you can cause more problems. Are the new plug wires the true copper wire plug wires or the ones made for a car or truck which will not work on a tractor??? What does you spark look like?? It needs to be a blue/white in color and jump a 1/4 inch gap or more.
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