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whtpark01

02-23-2007 06:53:21




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on a 706 gas, what ussually goes wrong the fuel shut-off solenoid? I can hear it click, but the carb leaks fuel sometimes. Just replace it, or is there a fix? my money we are spending.
thanks Dan




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Allan In NE

02-23-2007 07:46:11




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to whtpark01, 02-23-2007 06:53:21  
Nothing wrong with your solenoid if you have fuel.

Allan



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NOT TV

02-23-2007 07:09:10




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to whtpark01, 02-23-2007 06:53:21  
The electric solenoid simply jams a needle into the main jet, stopping the flow of fuel through the "load" and idle circuits. That prevents "backfire" from unburned gas hitting the muffler during "coast down".

It does NOTHING, whatever, to prevent the carb bowl from overfilling and overflowing into the "air horn" if the float is heavy, or there is a problem with the needle and seat.



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RustyFarmall

02-23-2007 07:05:54




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to whtpark01, 02-23-2007 06:53:21  
There is a packing gland located inside the carb where the solenoid installs. It is not likely that this packing has failed, but it is possible. You might try tightening the packing nut, but don't get too overzealous with it. If that doesn't work, you will need to replace the packing.



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whtpark01

02-23-2007 07:18:35




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to RustyFarmall, 02-23-2007 07:05:54  
thanks for the help guys, I guess a carb kit cant be too expensive?



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RustyFarmall

02-23-2007 08:15:32




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to whtpark01, 02-23-2007 07:18:35  
So just where is the leak showing up? If it drips only where the solenoid screws in, all you need is that packing gland. About $4.00 at your local Case-IH dealer.



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JT

02-23-2007 07:23:38




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to whtpark01, 02-23-2007 07:18:35  
Just make sure you get a OEM kit, I sell A&I kits, would not sell them to my worst enemy, they seem to be a cheap chinese knockoff.



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RustyFarmall

02-23-2007 08:12:58




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 Re: tractor vet? in reply to JT, 02-23-2007 07:23:38  
I agree 100% on the A&I kits. I wouldn't seel one of those to my worst enemy. The TISCO kits are a different story, they are now every bit as good, if not better, than an OEM kit.



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