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262 with e4 govenor

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allcolorpuller

05-23-2018 10:19:09




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Got a e4 pulling tractor with a 262 Buda combine motor with the e4 tractor govenor starting to act up. Won't idle down on its own without pulling it down on carb throttle shaft. Everything is free a adjusted correct. Maybe balls stuck or spring broke. I posted same on Oliver, co op page.




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allcolorpuller

05-23-2018 10:21:31




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to allcolorpuller, 05-23-2018 10:19:09  
I can also kill motor by holding throttle shaft but as soon as I let go goes back up to I'd guess 1300 rpm.



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OLD-N-GRUMPY

05-23-2018 13:29:26




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to allcolorpuller, 05-23-2018 10:21:31  
I saw that you posted this also on facebook. Based on what you said the symptoms were, I didn't think the responses were going to help you. But, those that responded generally are much more in the know then I usually am and I hoped for your sake that they helped. Anyway, I believe your issue is either in the governor itself or the adjustment on top of the governor (the adjustment that the rod coming from the operator area is attached). It sounds mostly to me that the throttle rod coming from the operator station is not moving far enough to slow the engine down. Did you make an adjustment to try to get more rpms out of the engine? Does the spring push against the pivot arm when you try to idle the engine?

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allcolorpuller

05-24-2018 02:47:00




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to OLD-N-GRUMPY, 05-23-2018 13:29:26  
That's the thing bought the tractor from a pulling friend and came home went for a driveway ride put it in the shop and that's when it started acting up. This tractor has pulled and won alot in its time so kind of stumped. Other owner had it set so his dad could thro w the throttle up to he could the motor if he had a problem.



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allcolorpuller

05-24-2018 03:00:33




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to allcolorpuller, 05-24-2018 02:47:00  
Spring on top of govenor is loose no tension when throttle up.



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OLD-N-GRUMPY

05-23-2018 13:31:43




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to OLD-N-GRUMPY, 05-23-2018 13:29:26  
Sorry, I saw the posting on the Oliver forum, not facebook. Old age is hell...lol



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allcolorpuller

05-25-2018 07:22:16




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 Re: 262 with e4 govenor in reply to OLD-N-GRUMPY, 05-23-2018 13:31:43  
Thanks for everyone's help come to find out clamp for throttle shaft had some how moved o govenor rod.



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