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Re: Forum Archives Helped me solve WD45 stuck in first gear
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also engine acting like it's starving for gas

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Vic

Check flow at carb ( where the line come into it).
Check the flow at bottom of Carb. ( the drain ).

Punchie

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 Re: Re: Forum Archives Helped me solve WD45 stuck in first gear - also engine acting like it's starving for gas in reply to Punchie , 08-01-2002 10:46:46  
HI Vic

Is gas getting to the Carb? A nice steady stream of gas; No: 1st Check the settlement Bowl. 2nd the fuel line.

Yes: Check the bottom drain of Carb. for gas; No: Clean out needle value (where the float is) two ways ;1st take off fuel line off of the carb.and blow carb cleaner into the carb. 2nd take carb off and clean it out Yes: Is tractor still running with choke on ( or out)Yes : Clean Carb No : Try to Start Normaly


I've had allot of trouble this year bad Gas or bad Gas can???

Do your best to make sure, your gas is clean and using good gas.

I have started to put screen on the top of the settlement bowl into the Gas tank, normal screen like a tube ( 1/2"*1" ) tied on with thin wire, trying to stop some of this. I would do this If I was you . If you come across any screen for the settlement bowls I need them Too .

Good luck !!

Punchie

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