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John Deere o/f 1445 stalling after one hour and not restarting for quite some time. Have checked fuel cap, all filters replaced, radiator clean out back and front, checked fuel for debris. Still sta

Sometimes when l feel that it is going to stall l cut off the blades and engine continues but only for a short time and then stalls again. I have sent machine to JD mechanic and checks done of previously mentioned items but machine stalled when driven on return

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SOURCE: I have a John Deere/Scotts/Home Depot 20 hp

The easiest way is to not remove the tank. Buy a can of chem tool the liquid,not spray.Drain gas out of tank,pour can in tank,let sit for 15minutes,then drain,should clean it out good.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: John Deere L118 stalls after it runs

2 problems are common with this machine.One is the earlier machines had bad placement of the fuel line at the tank causing it to get pinched off and restrict fuel flow.It may get pinched at the very top of tank where line starts or between very rear of tank and frame.2nd problem is with the decompression setting of the valves causing engine to have too much compression at start up.Set your valves when piston is a 1/4 inch past top-dead-center.Set your intakes at .004.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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SOURCE: mower stalls out after about an hour of run time

My Husqy was doing the same thing and had it into two shops and they all thought I was on crack as they never got it to die. I happened to be talking to a customer of mine who used to do small engine repair and he said replace the gas cap. Apparently they are vented and sometimes those vents get clogged. As you mow it sucks gas into the mower and the tank compresses because it can't get air. Eventually the compression is stronger than the suction to the engine and voila, no gas and you die. As you let it sit, the tank slowly pulls air back into it going back to it's original size and you can start it again. Quick fix if you can't find a cap is when it dies take the cap off and let it expand, put the cap back on and start her up.

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SOURCE: John Deere X300 stalls after running for 1 hour

Diesel filter clogging up, may have water in it

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