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What could be the cause?

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Wrangler1973

05-24-2020 19:26:51




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FINALLY!!! After almost two years of working on it, I have my Case SC back together and almost running. I've been able to get it to start but after a few seconds (as seen in the video posted) it shuts off. I have cleaned out the fuel line and carburetor. I'm not sure what else could be causing it to shut off after a short time. Maybe someone out there can hear what the issue is listening to the 5 second video.
Thank you for any and all input/advice in advance. Gene

I hope the video works.

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fixerupper

06-01-2020 19:46:05




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
Fuel problem. Those last two putts before it died gave it away.



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TractorTucker

05-29-2020 19:50:42




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
My Farmall M did a very similar thing when I first got it running. Someone I know thought that it was a carb problem so I cleaned the carb again and somehow forgot to put the idle adjusting screw back in the carb :oops:. The tractor started up and ran and I was finally able to drive it out of where it had sat for a decade. Several cans of carb cleaner later the idle adjusting screw is back in the carb and it starts up and runs great.

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Pastor John

05-25-2020 15:59:26




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
You have a fuel problem

Make sure your tank and fuel line is clear.

Then check out the carb. It doesn’t take much to plug them up



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Pastor John

05-25-2020 13:57:44




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
You have a fuel problem

Make sure your tank and fuel line is clear.

Then check out the carb. It doesn’t take much to plug them up



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Stephen Newell

05-25-2020 05:50:01




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
To me it sounds more like an ignition or timing issue rather than a fuel problem.



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Patsdeere

05-25-2020 00:31:22




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
Pull the drain plug on the bottom of the carb. Catch the fuel in a container for a minute. If the flow slows, then you have a fuel restriction. My guess either the float isn't right or the needle isn't opening all the way. Probably not pulling a vacuum on the tank as it doesn't run long enough.



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Wrangler1973

05-24-2020 19:48:07




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:26:51  
Video file is too big to post here. I have it posted to my Twitter page @gpnicklay. If you're able to view it leave a comment there or here on the forum.



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Wrangler1973

05-24-2020 20:11:23




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 Re: What could be the cause? in reply to Wrangler1973, 05-24-2020 19:48:07  
I guess I can't post it to Twitter either. So I am going to try and post it to YouTube. Here is the link to my YouTube page where it's posted. https://youtu.be/CJm9Rj56FU8



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