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MF65 Continental Gas Tractor Engine Trouble
|Ralf Maxeiner||I was blowing snow with the tractor today for about 30 minutes. It was running fine, lots of power. But all of a sudden engine started rattling/knocking and I killed it quickly. There was no smole. Checked oil, which was ok. Disengaged the blower and tried to start it again but no start. Left it for 3 hours and got it started and drove it up a little hill towards the shop. Barely made it up the hill as engine was missing and no power. When I killed in engine in shop there was the knocking sound from the engine again. Othwerwise it sounded ok. Could I have blown a piston? How do I check if it's an engine problem?
|Tractor_Todd||Do a compression test
|Brian Healy||I just put a front loader on my MF 690 & it will lift up & down & work fine until I pick up a load on it, it will only lift half way up when heavy!
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