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|BOund2needhelp||My 1155 surges. There seems to be no way to set the throttle for an even state. the pedal throttle is so touchy that it is hard to use.
it makes it very hard to use for mowing or baling as the tractor isn't smooth
|thepumpguysc||Have you disconnected the linkage AT the inj. pump & tried to run it by hand??
IF its STILL touchy.. you have inj. pump governor problems & best left to the pro's..
|Bound2needhelp||Thank you. I will give that a try and it makes sense now that you say that. Reacts just like a governor issue
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