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Dennis

10-29-2003 18:41:13




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Have a WD45 that starts and runs fine for a while and then just dies. It restarts right away after it stalls. I completely redid the ignition system - new points, condensor, rotor, cap, wires, and coil and also rebuilt the carb including a new float. Any one have any ideas on what I should do next?

Dennis




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Ian

10-31-2003 15:18:29




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 Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 10-29-2003 18:41:13  
HI
Put a new coil in it beacause the coil is probly breaking down and that will cause it to. if not blow into the cap with your lip and if you can flow air out threw it that means yours vent is bad.



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Dave in Mo

10-31-2003 04:54:38




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 Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 10-29-2003 18:41:13  
I'd pull the plug at the bottom of the M/S carb and let it drain into a container. Watch the flow for a coupla minutes or so to see if it slows down. If it does, loosen the cap on the tank and do again. If this doesn't show anything, then I'd work ignition issues.



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Ron

10-30-2003 05:49:31




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 Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 10-29-2003 18:41:13  
I can tell you that mine will start missing if there is even ONE drop of water in the sediment bowl...!! is your clean..?? Might even be a gas cap that is not properly vented...?? Or... water in the fuel...these are kinda "finniky" about fuel...!! Could even still be a condenser, or a shorting wire...



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Steve in N.J.

10-29-2003 20:24:39




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 Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 10-29-2003 18:41:13  
Dennis,
Float level might be a tic on the low side. Also, could be what Jim mentioned. Dirt causes quite a bit of trouble on these simple fuel systems.
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits



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Dennis

11-02-2003 16:29:19




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 Re: Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Steve in N.J., 10-29-2003 20:24:39  
Steve,

From your response to another problem further on down in this forum, am I correct that you do work on carb's for people? I have put a new kit in mine and also a new float but it still is not right. I am ready to send it off to someone to have it checked out! Interested?

Dennis



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Steve in N.J.

11-02-2003 19:53:42




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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 11-02-2003 16:29:19  
Dennis,
Yes we do a lot of carb servicing. Drop us a line if interested...
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits
customcircuits@aol.com



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Jim Danforth

10-29-2003 19:34:52




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 Re: WD 45 Stall in reply to Dennis, 10-29-2003 18:41:13  
I would guess junk in the tank. shake it up good, and dump it out. Refill and test.



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