Question about Farmall Cub Tractor Radiator
After 20 minutes acts like running out of fuel. Someone said sounds like the coil is bad. Replaced the coil and the problem is still there. I have checked all the wires and they seem to be OK. I checked the distributor cap and that looks fine also.
I let the tractor sit for about a minute and I can start the tractor which runs for about 4 minutes than has the same problem of acting like running out of fuel.
I have pulled the bowl off and checked the screen. The fuel line is clear.
I have cub that done same thing, there was crud in orfice between tank and sediment bulb, cleaned orfice, runs fine.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Since you have replaced coil, plugs, and wires, Now it is time to check the fuel filter. Or tank screen.
If it is running with no hesitations or misfires, it is probably starving for fuel. Due to bad pump or filter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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