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02-03-2020 20:19:47

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My father in law is having an issue with his D15. Takes a bit to start her up (harsh winter in eastern canada) but she will idle no problem when started. When I go to move it she will either stall out or go for a bit then quit. Takes a bit to get it started again but same thing will happen. I took the carb off to check the float and how it looked inside, and cleaned it, all seems ok. Any other suggestions? Ignition? Fuel supply?

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02-05-2020 14:22:23

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to MitchMac2n, 02-03-2020 20:19:47  
It was a bad coil. Running like a charm. Thank you all!

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02-05-2020 07:51:31

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02-04-2020 08:12:40

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to MitchMac2n, 02-03-2020 20:19:47  
Check the air breather, have had it get water in in the summer. Cold weather freezes water causing a blocked air breather.

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02-04-2020 05:37:27

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to MitchMac2n, 02-03-2020 20:19:47  
Winter time use of those gas tractors usually requires opening up the carb main jet one or two full turns. This should be done first. It also requires having the choke pulled out about half-way until it runs for a few minutes. When's the last time it had spark plugs and points ????????????????

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02-04-2020 03:31:39

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to MitchMac2n, 02-03-2020 20:19:47  
It could very well be icing once running.

When was it last given a complete and proper (by the manual) tune-up with quality parts? Has the fuel flow been checked (remove the bowl plug from the carb and see how long it takes to fill a pint jar)?
Parked inside or outside? Battery condition? Stater and wiring condition? Types and weights of oils in it? These all can also enter into starting and stalling when first moving issues.

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02-05-2020 05:04:23

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to Jim.ME, 02-04-2020 03:31:39  
I cleaned the spark plugs up and ordered new ones. Went back last night and had removed the air filter earlier in the day to thaw it out in case that was the issue, installed everything and started up no problem. I was poking around while she was running and tapped the coil and she quit, started it up again and tapped it again and it quit. So Iím assuming this is my problem. Any chance the wire to the distributor goes bad before I order a new coil?

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02-04-2020 00:49:52

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 Re: D15 Series 2 in reply to MitchMac2n, 02-03-2020 20:19:47  
Icing the carb. possibly?

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