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D 19 gas govenor problem

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bob

10-19-2002 14:57:46




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How do you stop the thing from hunting, surgeing when you reless the clutch or throttle up when under load it will not run smooth tell you throttle down and open it back up.
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Butch(OH)

10-21-2002 08:47:10




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 Re: D 19 gas govenor problem in reply to bob , 10-19-2002 14:57:46  
A slightly lean conditon will cause surging also, at least in Bs and Cs. Not that familiar with the D-19 but if it has an adjustable main jet I would try turning it out just a bit, also try the the idle jet too, you turn ther idle jet in for richer.



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AC190

10-21-2002 07:48:41




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 Re: D 19 gas govenor problem in reply to bob , 10-19-2002 14:57:46  
Also you do not need a surge spring. WD-45 doesn't either with a properly adjusted gov. and carb. Allis books will say to discard that spring and D-19 never had one.



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AC190

10-21-2002 07:44:39




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 Re: D 19 gas govenor problem in reply to bob , 10-19-2002 14:57:46  
It's been awhile so I'd do you better to tell you to get a repair book and adjust it by that. I don't think John W. knows because there are no springs on the weights but there is an external gov. spring you could replace. I'd say adjustment first.



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John W.

10-21-2002 01:21:12




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 Re: D 19 gas govenor problem in reply to bob , 10-19-2002 14:57:46  
Bob; Sounds like your govenor may have notches worn in the wieghts, weak springs, or maybe a broken spring on one weight. Govenor surge can also be caused by a weak or missing control spring on the throttle lever on the govenor. hope this helps.



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JMS/MN

10-20-2002 09:28:32




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 Re: D 19 gas govenor problem in reply to bob , 10-19-2002 14:57:46  
WD45 and some other AC used a spring on the throttle rod- on the WD45 it hooked on the rod forward of the carb, hooked on the engine water drain cock. Perhaps yours should have a similar spring.



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