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Ford 9N stalling

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10-11-2013 07:37:31

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I have a ford 9N that I just replaced the Radiator and plugs/wires. It runs for around 1 hr then loses power and dies. It will then restart after some time has passed. It possibly overheated when radiator leaked out fluid but not sure. Any suggestions on where to look or what to do? Thanks

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10-11-2013 20:06:57

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 Re: Ford 9N stalling in reply to eauker, 10-11-2013 07:37:31  
Welcome to the forum.

I'm with Old, check for spark right when it dies.

If there is none, check for power at the top of the coil.

If there is good spark, check fuel flow next by removing the plug

from the bottom of the carb and letting it run into a container.

Let us know what you find.

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10-11-2013 08:32:37

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 Re: Ford 9N stalling in reply to eauker, 10-11-2013 07:37:31  
1 hour is the common time frame for a bad coil. When it dies check spark the moment it dies and look for a blue/white spark that jumps a 1/4 inch gap almost bet you do not have it

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