Re: 1942 9n

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Posted by ncorrigible on July 06, 2018 at 09:45:43 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: 1942 9n posted by David on July 05, 2018 at 19:01:19:

David: It is many years and many tractors since my first one - also a 2N. My very first problem occurred before Al Gore invented the internet and all the free advice here. I had the same problem you are having... apparently running out of gas. Parts were far away and I could not afford to guess, so as suggested by the others, I looked for the problem. I had no manuals, but I had a basic understanding of how engines work. Because I thought it was a gas supply problem (it ran well until it croaked and would start and run for a bit after sitting) I chased that and found the problem was leaves in the fuel tank had found the screen in the tank above the sediment bowl. My repair cost me nothing. You have the benefit of all these peoples experience and access to very good manuals. Give some consideration to the value of their advice (find the problem and fix it) rather than guess and spend until you find it. Maybe you'll even feel some pride for learning stuff along the way. Just the opinion of an old guy...

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