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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove throttle lever assembly and if it is put together with a rivet?
take vise grip pliers and put in its jaws where it is connected or pivots at the rivet and squeeze it tighter at that point as it has worn with use. You will have to put out on it to make a difference
or if it is put together with a bolt ? its obvious
or if the throttle has indentations built in at certain points of travel then be sure the throttle assembly is tight enough to hit those and stay in that position
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
You have a defective ignation coil. When the engine gets hot, the winding in the coil opens and the engine stops. After it cools down, it will again make contact and start again. If you don't know where the coil is, follow the wire from the spark plug. The spark plug wire is attached to the coil from the factory. It's easy to replace with a 1/4 inch socket set. Set the magnet to coil gap with a standard business card.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: john deere runs then stops
I fixed my mower stalling issues on the L111 by loosening the gas cap. I ultimately drilled a hole in the gas cap and screened the hole. Sounds ridiculous but without that venting the engine would run approximately 20 mins and die. It was also much more difficult to start the next time. Something else to pass along to whomever might view this... I replaced the cranking battery with a battery that had allot more cranking amps and I no longer had hard start issues ( this was after I vented the gas cap). Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Remove fuel cap to see if there is alot of fuel spraying back into tank.I have replaced ALOT of fuel pump hoses that have split between pump and sender clamp inside of tank.Lack of fuel pressure creates a very lean condition with the injected models.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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