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Still CA problems

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Jeff Rose

06-27-2002 08:59:33




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First I want to thank everyone for there help on thiss same problem with my CA. To refresh...the tractor seems to idle just fine, but under load(engaging PTO...it suges like crazy...card rebuilt..NOW ...I have run two inline filters to carb...I did find some rust in sediment bowl....Even after the filters...the tractor preformed the same way!!! My next move is to replace mt anti-surge spring( maybe wrong one...or old and lost its tension)...Can anyone tell, me where I might find one??\ If that does not work I will try the electrical system.(OR JUSST DIG A BIG HOLE). I baught the thing to cut grass with...should have bought some sheep instead! Thanks again guys for all the help Jeff Rose

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Bryan Smith

06-28-2002 08:54:41




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 Re: still CA problems in reply to Jeff Rose, 06-27-2002 08:59:33  
Do you have a good fuel flow? If not remove the gas tank outlet/sediment bowl from the tank - sometimes rust flakes get down in there and restrict flow. After installing the inline filters did you clean the carb and flush the fuel line? that could help too.

We had a D14 that did this - turned out the carb float was set too low. We reset the float level to factory specs and it worked fine.



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D13

06-28-2002 03:59:15




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 Re: still CA problems in reply to Jeff Rose, 06-27-2002 08:59:33  
The spring is available at the AGCO dealer, about $17. The spring was deleted at the factory on the later tractors as it was found to not be required. Better bet is to buy a cheap long low tension spring (about $2.50 at the AGCO dealer) and fit it to the governer rod hole.

BTW, I had a C that did the same thing. I eventually swapped it. The owner reports the same problem, but it goes away when FULLY warmed (about 20 minutes).

I'll be interested in how you fixed it.

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Steve in N.J.

06-27-2002 15:26:31




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 Re: still CA problems in reply to Jeff Rose, 06-27-2002 08:59:33  
Jeff,
Hang in there! Don't loose yer' cool yet! I know how frustrating this kind of stuff gets a person, but I'm sure you'll get it ironed out. It's probably something dumb causing the problem. One things for sure, you have a whole bunch of knowledgable Allis guys on this site that will get ya through this problem. I wish I could help ya out, but I'm a rookie to tractors, and I'm just finishing up a B that I've been working on for a couple years. I haven't had the chance to run it long enough to have problems, but if I do, I'll be right here like yourself asking questions to these fellows! They're the best! Good Luck!
Steve B.

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kent

06-27-2002 13:54:39




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 Re: still CA problems in reply to Jeff Rose, 06-27-2002 08:59:33  
one of the other members probably knows where to properly locate the anti surge springs but on my CA, i just did it my own way. The purpose of them i think is to take play out of the linkage joints. if the governor holds steady but there's play in the linkage joints, then the carb butterfly is free to pulsate around. this would only happen under load!! not at idle. so i just bought a couple of small springs at the hardward store. i only used them in 2 places on my ca. one place where the linkage goes into the carb and the other place up by the water pump where the linkage crosses the water pump. maybe use small hose clamps to attach the springs to the rods? at the carb, the spring goes through a small hole in the carb linkage and then hose clamp the other end to the rod. up by the waterpump, attach one end to the linkage rod and the other end of the spring to part of the tractor. again, i think these springs are just to take free play out of the linkage. I hope i've helped you.

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