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|bob|| tractor starts for a few seconds and dies will not try to start again until you let it sit for an hour or so. it has new plugs and points etc. wires condensor in it runs great when it does start but occasionally gives problems starting it beside myself i quess seems to appear to be no reason for having problems starting any suggestions on this problem to be solved i would appreciate it
|Roger||Don't overlook the distributor cap, rotor and coil. See if you can just try a coil from another machine before buying a new one.
|george||My 9N was doing similar after I replaced
the manifold and blew out the carb. When
the weather turned cold (4 degrees). I
cranked and cranked the 6 volt starter.
Finally, I took out plugs, installed new
ones and cranked with 12 volts and she started
like never had a problem. I blame it on too
much fuel fouling plugs. SAhe also starts with
the orriginal 6 volt after about 3 revolutions.
Also with the plugs out I connected to the
new plugs but left them out of the head to
see 4 sparks.