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JE/Pa

05-10-2017 13:49:27




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Sure hope some one can point me in the right direction, I have a n allis chalmers model G, I can get it started but just cant seem to keep it running, I can get it started with a little effort but it will only run for a minute or two,took the carb off and cleaned it,put it back on , same thing happens can get it started but after a minute or two it shuts off,must be the way I.m adjusting it ,would appreciate it if some one would tell me the proper way to adjust this carb,.

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motorcraftman

05-29-2017 16:28:15




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 Re: carb adjustment in reply to JE/Pa, 05-10-2017 13:49:27  
Or Possibly... Gas Cap Vent Plugged... Larry



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JE/Pa

05-11-2017 04:50:23




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 Re: carb adjustment in reply to JE/Pa, 05-10-2017 13:49:27  
Thanks everyone tomorrow will check every thing again and see if I might have overlooked something,thanks again



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old

05-10-2017 16:22:35




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 Re: carb adjustment in reply to JE/Pa, 05-10-2017 13:49:27  
One like that can be a carb or ignition problems. I would #1 check and make sure you have a good blue white spark at all the plug wires tha twill jump a 1/4 inch gap or more.
#2 pull the carb drain plug and make sure you have a good steady flow of gas that will fill a pint jar in under 3 minutes. #3 when was the last time you checked the air cleaner and dumped the water and mud in it.

When you clean a carb you need to have at least 3 thing but 4 is better. A good carb cleaner to soak it in. Compressed air to blow it out. Spray carb cleaner to spray out the passage ways and the most important one is a small piece of wire or as I do a torch tip cleaner tool to poke out all the passageways

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russ1

05-10-2017 14:00:38




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 Re: carb adjustment in reply to JE/Pa, 05-10-2017 13:49:27  
Check the fuel flow to the carb. Could be partially blocked.



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4wdtom

05-10-2017 14:36:47




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 Re: carb adjustment in reply to russ1, 05-10-2017 14:00:38  
Agree with Russ, if not, take the carb apart and clean it and put it back together, may have some dirt that gets sucked up after a while, but must likely it is the flow problem.



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