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|Kellye||I have a 1030 Massey Ferguson . It was outside in the rain and exhaust pipe is straight up. Water got into exhaust and didn't know. I cranked tractor didn't start. Figured it out a day later. Drained oil twice and gas was in fuel filter drained and new filter. The tractor cranks but want start. What else do I need to try? Help please!
|ponymare||Pull the spark plugs they may be wet, pull the dist cap, it may be wet as well as the points.
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