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Re: International 460 Utility

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03-08-2018 18:39:37

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remove line from carb and check for gas flow. should have a full stream running out. if not remove sediment bowl and clean and give it a shot of air into gas line once bowl is back on as it may have junk it it. if all good there , just start at tank and work your way to carb. removing plug at bottom of carb will show you have gas flow into carb.its possible carb may require a cleaning i am presuming you have spark as you said it would start and run at idle, which means your lacking fuel flow. plus you can pull out the choke to see if it improves things which also will mean its a gas shortage.

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03-09-2018 22:41:20

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 Re: International 460 Utility in reply to rustred, 03-08-2018 18:39:37  
One thing that should be added to the run down rustred gave you that folks unfamiliar with these IHs overlook.That is that the brass fitting that the fuel line hooks to in the carb has a fine screen in it that should be checked for plugging. It has to be screwed out off the carb to check it. If a lot of water is found in the sediment bowl the carb should be drained as well. I think those models had carb drain plugs, but Iím no 100% sure. Good luck!

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