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Re: WC Starts easy, runs, and then quits.....Starts up again easy

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Found the Problem, and thank you guys!!!!!

09-22-2002 09:12:52




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Ok, now I did everything that was mentioned and I want to thank each and everyone of you for responding back to my 'Help Posting'. I don't think it hurt one bit for me to check everything and I think the old tractor is better off for it now. OK, the answer was bits of rust flakes in the gas tank plugging the hole to the sediment bowl. It looks like I will be cleaning up rust flakes for awhile. I should mention I had the gas tank fixed, and also the tractor has been sitting in a shed for the last 10years, so I am sure when they fixed the gas tank seam they knocked rust loose. I have a magnet on an extension I will be using periodically to clean out the rust flakes. I have considered now buying some of that liquid liner for the gas tank and sealing her up with that to prevent this from happening and may do so if this becomes to much of a nuisance. So anyway its a nice sunny day, and I am going for ride on the Old Allis like I wanted to yesterday!!!

Thanks again guys, its been fun.
Scott.

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