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Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies

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Cliveo

12-16-2020 17:40:05




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Hi Guys, I've put all new fuel tank, fuel bowl and pipe on, cleaned the carbi, I've replaced distributor, coil, leads plugs etc. My problem is it fires up and dies immediately. Any ideas?




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Jim L WA

12-17-2020 10:32:08




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to Cliveo, 12-16-2020 17:40:05  
It's not mis-wired, would it be the regulator? No.

or do you think I should replace the wiring loom? No.
Stop throwing parts at it, that gets expensive. Trouble shoot. What do you see at the coil with a multi meter in the run position. Don't have a multi meter, buy one. They are cheaper than buying unnecessary parts.



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Bruce(OR)

12-17-2020 13:54:54




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to Jim L WA, 12-17-2020 10:32:08  
Party Poppir! Your taking the fun out of it. Think of all the other things that could get worked on accidentally also.

Once again.

Voltage ~NOT~ going to coil in ~RUN~ position. place key in ~RUN~ position, get DVOM and trace back. You even have diagrams now. Which one is yours?



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John Deere D

12-16-2020 20:14:31




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to Cliveo, 12-16-2020 17:40:05  
12 Volt original from Factory ?

OR

6 Volt original from Factory ?

OR

some electrical conversion ?

IF you DO a JUMPER to test a start by bypassing the safety system BE SURE TRACTER is NOT in GEAR!

Bob..

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Cliveo

12-16-2020 20:10:01




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to Cliveo, 12-16-2020 17:40:05  
It's not mis-wired, would it be the regulator?

or do you think I should replace the wiring loom?



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pomester

12-16-2020 18:10:38




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to Cliveo, 12-16-2020 17:40:05  
converted to 12v?
Check your wiring to make sure continuity to the coil is maintained after the starter switch is released. If the wiring is original this doesn't apply, but if it's been changed to utilize a solenoid then there may be a misplaced wire to the coil.



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Bruce(OR)

12-16-2020 20:05:10




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 Re: Tea 20 petrol fires up then dies in reply to pomester, 12-16-2020 18:10:38  
Voltage not getting to coil in run position. Bad switch,
Bad wiring,
Mis~wired,
DVOM say's what?



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