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Wd45 fouling plugs

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don

08-03-2000 18:52:06




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i had my wd45 completely overhauled top to bottom by a very reliable mechanic and it fouls the plugs, 1st & 4th are very sooty black and 2 & 3 aren't quite as bad. can anyone help me with the reason for this?




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Sandy Lake Implement

08-06-2000 06:55:39




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 Re: wd45 fouling plugs in reply to don, 08-03-2000 18:52:06  
Check out the air cleaner for plugged screens or
crud built up on top of the inner dome. Check by
shining a light in from the top. Check the
screens by looking up after removing the bowl.
Also if using Champions try AC Delco or Auotlites.



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Dick L

08-04-2000 07:49:22




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 Re: wd45 fouling plugs in reply to don, 08-03-2000 18:52:06  
Fouled plugs can be caused from oil blow by turning to carbon and getting stuck in the plugs. It can also be caused by to rich of a fuel mixture. The soot you referr to makes it sound like you are getting more gas into the combustion area than you can burn, if your not getting a build up around and down the electrode on the plug. The power adjustment neddle valve could be turned out to far. You could try a hotter plug. It is hard to tell without being able to see and listen to the engine run.

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DBowersPhx

08-05-2000 08:02:14




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 Re: Re: wd45 fouling plugs in reply to Dick L, 08-04-2000 07:49:22  
Use anti-foulers.
Dave and Mary Bowers



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