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|Don M.||The coil on my Farmall 140 gets extremely hot after about 10 minutes and then the engine quits. Any ideas about what might be causing this? Also, what should I adjust the fuel/air mixture needle to? I thought it should be about a turn and a half, but this seemed too lean. I had to open it up some more just to get the tractor to run.Thanks.
|John M||the coil is bad or you have a 6 volt coil on a 12 volt battery.Adjustments on a carb are whatever it takes to get it to run the best,dont worry about how many turns on this screw or that screw.
|RustyFarmall||The 1 1/2 turns out setting is the initial setting when doing a rebuild. It is only a starting point, intended to be close enough to allow the engine to run. As John M said, the correct setting is whatever it takes to make the engine run smooth.