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|MATT BERNARD||i have bought a minneapolis moline from a guy and it seemed to run great. it started right up and seemed to be ok. After i got it home changed plugs and wires but it seems to start out ok but after running under power it starts to miss and then it quit. I checked oil and it seems to be gasy. how do you change or clean air filter. and need some manuals. any ideas any one?? thank you for your time.
|Steve Martinek||I would check to make sure you have enough gas coming to the carb. Many things can plug the gas tank, filter, or gas line. As a quick check, disconnect the gas line from the carb and turn it back on. The gas should come out full stream. As to the air cleaner, that depends on the year. Most older models had an oil bath cleaner that just required cleaning and refilling with clean fluid. Newer ones used replaceable dry elements just like your car.