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CASE SC GOVERNOR

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Allen L

05-12-2010 06:57:55




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Good Morning, I have a 1950 Case SC and recently found my distributor gears stripped off so i replaced the distributor. It started and ran great, My next step was to replace the carberator because the flange was broke. It started and ran a couple minutes and all of a sudden the governor seemed to jam up in the forward position. I now backfires as if the timing is off again. The governor seems locked up with little movement. Any ideas as to what I am up against? I read the service manual but was not much help. thanks for your time. Allen

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L.Lamp

05-12-2010 19:18:19




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 Re: CASE SC GOVERNOR in reply to Allen L, 05-12-2010 06:57:55  
Before pulling the governor housing, turn the engine so it is on compression on #1 cylinder and the 3/16" hole is lined up in the timing port on the bell housing. That way you will be able to replace the governor if neccessary by following a service manual instructions and not get your timing marks all off. They are not visable on the gears after the front timing cover is installed and you do not want to remove that if you don't have to. Good luck! The governor is removed by taking out the 3 bolts by the oil filler.

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rlp

05-12-2010 13:31:22




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 Re: CASE SC GOVERNOR in reply to Allen L, 05-12-2010 06:57:55  
Something inside of the governer drive must have broken. I think you may have to take the housing off. Take off the distributor and that housing and see if you can see what the problem is. There will be someone else that knows more than me along to help.



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Allen L

05-12-2010 17:59:01




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 Re: CASE SC GOVERNOR in reply to rlp, 05-12-2010 13:31:22  
I will take the cover off and see is there is gear problems. I waw hoping it may be something simple but most things never are. thanks again



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rlp

05-12-2010 10:59:24




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 Re: CASE SC GOVERNOR in reply to Allen L, 05-12-2010 06:57:55  
Can you take the distributer out and look in the hole and see the gear? Maybe it is bad and ruined the new gear on the distributer.



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Allen L

05-12-2010 12:40:00




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 Re: CASE SC GOVERNOR in reply to rlp, 05-12-2010 10:59:24  
Rip, thanks for the come back, The distributor seems fine and turns. Just can't figure why the governor is locked up, It seems a big job to pull the governor housing to take a look am I right?



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