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Re: 1940 ford 9n dies under load

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Jim L WA

10-22-2019 10:53:56

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What adjustment screw is that? On a 9N governor you want the spring to be just snug at idle. If it's loose you tighten it by bending a loop, or loosen it it it's too tight. The the linkage is bent to obtain desired throttle movement. Have you checked compression on your tractor? Also you might want to post this on the 'N' tractor site just below this one. Lot's of good advice there.

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10-22-2019 13:08:02

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 Re: 1940 ford 9n dies under load in reply to Jim L WA, 10-22-2019 10:53:56  
I will check compression tomorrow morning

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Tim PloughNman Daley

10-23-2019 02:05:55

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 Re: 1940 ford 9n dies under load in reply to smd90, 10-22-2019 13:08:02  
Forget compression for now - I'd guarantee that isn't you root cause problem. SEE my reply above and start here. Spark, Fuel, and then compression is the standard order of testing. Do one system at a time. Root cause problem solving methods should always be followed. Verify, correct if required, then move on to next the system. Avoid swapping out old parts with new until confirmed to be ineffective. Wiring MUST be correct before you do anything and is done BEFORE battery power is applied. Fix any non-conforming issues like the governor rod, then perform fuel flow test.

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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