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|Quince Adams||I was mowing with the old girl the other day. She normally purrs like a kitten.She started coughing and sputtering like she was out of gas.After fuling up she still ran bad. Idles fine,but sputters and misses at full throttle. I checked the sediment bowl strainer and the gas line screen,took the carb apart and cleaned it.And checked the points and plugs.It seemed to run better but got worse as it warmed up.I'm thinking maybe a govenor problem. Any suggestions?
|MGS||Probably not a governor problem.
Could be something simple like a condenser going bad as it warms up. Make sure you don't have any water or other contaminant in the fuel.
What do the plugs look like? Fouled? Wet? Dry? This can tell a lot about how the engine is running.
|John M||Do you have good flow to the carb? if so,either condensor or possibly coil.