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I was wondering if anybody else has had this problem with thier Case Uniloader? Mine will run for a period of time (usually 15-30 minutes) and then will die. When it dies, it percolates the 50/50 mix out of the overflow of the radiator. It will not start again until it has cooled off. Once it's cool, it fires right up again. I have changed all of the filters. I'm thinking it's either the coil gets too warm or the water pump isn't doing it's job....The fuel pump has been replaced with an electric fuel pump, so I know it's getting gas. I bought this machine early in the year, and had to completely rebuid the drivetrain (hyd pump, gearbox, pull motor, drive shaft assy, variable speed, clutches, drive chains, etc) So I know that the drive components are 100%...now just need to get over this little hiccup. Thank you for your time, and hopefully I can get this problem solved!
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