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CA cuts out when hot

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willyroad

07-20-2015 13:10:54




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I put a new coil on the CA and that fixed the problem for a while now it is back to cutting off when hot. It will restart but will cut right back off. Ideas anyone?




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maxwell99

07-22-2015 13:37:36




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
Check all wiring, my old D14 did that,

Mice had built a nest behind one of the side panels, they had chewed the covering off one ignition wire. As I was driving along, tractor moving over the plowed ground, this bare spot on the wire would swing against the steering column. Temporary cutting off the motor.

I am not that great of a trouble shooter, so it took me a while to find the problem.

I was about to tear into the carb, fuel tank, lines, wiring harness, etc.

Cleaned out the nest, wrapped the bare spot on the wire with electrical tape, problem solved.
Hope yours is as easy, but I felt like a fool after finding the problem.

Those little bastards can cause lots of problems.

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tramway guy

07-21-2015 20:26:40




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
Bad coil can behave like that also.



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Traditional Farmer

07-20-2015 18:15:24




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
Take the hood off and run to see if it helps,I had a D10 that would not run right in hot weather once it ran for about 30 minutes.Apparently the ethanol in the gas was boiling in the tank and causing vapor lock.Also move the gas line away from the engine and go to the outside of the air cleaner with it will help to cool the gas.



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old

07-20-2015 15:53:50




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
First off is it 6 volts or 12 volts??? Lack of info can make it harder for us to help you help your self. First thing to do when it does that is check the spark and make sure you have a good blue/white spark that jumps a 1/4 inch gap.
Next pull the carb drain plug and make sure you have a good steady flow of gas for a few minutes. Catch the gas to look for dirt/water/rust etc.



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DGinVT

07-20-2015 14:02:25




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
The condenser in the distributor can do the same thing, try replacing it.



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Dick L

07-20-2015 13:46:43




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to willyroad, 07-20-2015 13:10:54  
Take the gas line off at the carburetor and blow air back into the gas tank with the gas cap off and see if it helps.



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sandman2234

07-25-2015 05:21:27




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 Re: CA cuts out when hot in reply to Dick L, 07-20-2015 13:46:43  
My mowing B does that, but it is because it has an unvented gas cap. I just loosen the cap and it starts running fine again. Guess I should find the correct gas cap, but it hasn't been a priority. David from jax



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