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Dennis Reno

01-26-2003 06:01:54




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My WD45 is loading with carbon. Plugs are fouling out. What adjustments can I make to cure the problem. Motor has low hours on rebuild. Head was just completely redone too. Thanks for your help, Dennis




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Dennis

01-28-2003 17:15:15




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
I adjusted the carb and cleaned the plugs. That helped some. I am going to replace the cap and rotor this weekend, points too. I think the carb was drowning the motor. A carb rebuild is in my future too. Thanks for the help guys. Dennis



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Tom, a different one

01-27-2003 18:29:24




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
Is the temp up to at least 170? 180 or 190 is better.



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Brad in MI

01-28-2003 20:08:51




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 Re: Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Tom, a different one, 01-27-2003 18:29:24  
Dennis, is it only loading up in cold wheather, and is tractor stored in a cold location? If breather oil is too thick the restriction of air flow can act to continuously choke the carb. I use ATF in breather as it is thinner. HTH, Brad



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Dennis

01-28-2003 17:28:18




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 Re: Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Tom, a different one, 01-27-2003 18:29:24  
I dont know about the temperature. The dial is so rusted you can't read it. That is the next project I guess. This tractor was a fence row special. It sat out for ten years before I got it. It's a long expensive proposition to get everything redone. Especially for a first time tractor owner. It ran great back in the summer, temp may be a big factor. It has been below zero most of the last two weeks. Thanks for the info. Dennis

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MR. C

01-27-2003 09:09:11




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
I've heard that an Allis won't run on Champion plugs. but AC Delco is the best plug for Allis.



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Dale(MS)

01-27-2003 05:39:15




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
Dennis, Do what Tom and Gordon said. Probally carb adjustment or carb float stuck. Autolite 295's will help.Also might clean the breather cap on top of the valve cover. If its pluged the engine can build up internal pressure that can cause oil consumpsion. Might better get it hot before you adjust. Dale



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Tom

01-27-2003 02:54:52




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
Dennis, Another thing to check is the air intake system. Be sure the air cleaner is not plugged and restricting air flow. Tom



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Gordon

01-26-2003 14:12:46




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
Try autolite plugs the c plugs turn black.Also check the points cond wires dist cap and rotor.



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Tom

01-26-2003 10:01:27




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 Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Dennis Reno, 01-26-2003 06:01:54  
Dennis, Is the engine receiving excess fuel - black smoke at high idle and low idle? Adjust the main jet by screwing it in at high idle until it begins to stall and then turn it out 1 to two turns. Adjust the idle jet so the idle is smooth and there is no black smoke. If you have fuel running out of the carburetor then the needle valve may not be seating, or your float level is adjusted to high. Also, be sure that you have the correct plugs and that they are gapped properly. Keep us posted. Tom

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