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850 restart problem

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okzeus

08-16-2004 10:43:57




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Hey Guy"s,
Me again with a problem. When brush-hogging, I shut off the tractor and it won"t start. It acts as if the battery is almost dead. If I go out 5-6 hours later it will start. Any answers? If it weren"t for you guy"s I think I would have to push mow 30 acres, thanks




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ken in wisconsin

08-16-2004 13:50:09




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 Re: 850 restart problem in reply to okzeus, 08-16-2004 10:43:57  
My 860 acts the same way on restrt when the engine is hot. Carbon deposits in the cylinders may be "pre-igniting" the fuel before top dead center on the compression stroke of the pistons. At least this is the explanation that "Click and Clack, the tappet brothers" gave on their Saturday morning show a few years back. It makes sense to me. The tractor always starts, so I have taken no action to correct the problem, if indeed, carbon is the problem.

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Dave H (NY)

08-16-2004 11:09:28




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 Re: 850 restart problem in reply to okzeus, 08-16-2004 10:43:57  
If the tractor is hot and you get a real slow straining sound when the engine is trying to restart, and all of the electrical components are functioning properly including battery cables and connections, check your timing if it is too far advanced it will cause it to crank like you describe.



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