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08-11-2002 07:25:58

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I have a WD45 that appears to be running fine until I put it in gear and it starts missing and sputtering, after a few feet it picks up to normal but if I engage the brushog it starts to die out. I have put new plugs, condenser, rotor, dist.cap and wires. Checked the air filter, it has been cleaned also......any ides on what is happening.


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Dave in Mo

08-12-2002 04:35:26

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 Re: railroadrod@hotmail.com in reply to Rod, 08-11-2002 07:25:58  
Sounds like the mixture is leaning out....Yeah, I'd disconnect the fuel line at the carb for fuel flow.

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Diesel Don

08-11-2002 08:24:36

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 Re: railroadrod@hotmail.com in reply to Rod, 08-11-2002 07:25:58  
Sounds to me like you have a fuel problem.Check the line from tank to carb and make sure it is clean.Check the inside of the tank for rust.Take the bowl off the carb and check the float hieght and see if there's dirt in the bowl.If this checks out,the next thing to check would be the governor for sticking linkages or internal failure.I'm leaning more toward a fuel problem.

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08-11-2002 10:14:19

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 Re: Re: railroadrod@hotmail.com in reply to Diesel Don, 08-11-2002 08:24:36  
I have had similiar problems with a tractor. It was the fuel line and the bowl. The bowl had some dirt and fuel line corroded after time only allowing a little bit of gas to flow through and every time I engaged the brush hog it died out.

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