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Rich

08-05-2000 17:03:46




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I have 2 CA's with a similar problem. They start up with no problem, but run with a dry hollow sound and have no power with any kind of load. 1 will break loose with a rich sound from exhaust and plenty of power for use of loader, pulling or mowing. The second CA ran fine up until June and now will not break loose and run normal no matter how long it runs or how I run it. All fluids are normal and using regular leaded gas in tank. I am not running them as often as previous years but still at least once a month for about a hour. Engines are not miss firing and plugs OK. ANY THOUGHTS OR SOLUTIONS ?

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Mike

08-06-2000 13:10:29




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 Re: CA running ? in reply to Rich, 08-05-2000 17:03:46  
We had that problem with ours several years ago, and it turned out to be the sediment bowl was clogged.



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Dick L

08-05-2000 18:45:46




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 Re: CA running ? in reply to Rich, 08-05-2000 17:03:46  

Sounds like a fuel restriction. What happens when you pull the choke out? If you haven't messed with the carb, they might have some crud some where between the tank outlet and the carb. If you have made adjustments to try to solve the problem you might have to readjust things to the insructions from a CA manual.



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David

08-05-2000 20:32:21




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 Re: Re: CA running ? in reply to Dick L, 08-05-2000 18:45:46  
Check ignition timing.



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