Question about Ford 8n,9n,2n, Tractor Starter With Drive
After an hour or so of bush hogging, my 1968 Ford 4000 tractor will begin to cut out and then completely quit. When there is more gasoline in it, it takes longer to do this but it does do it eventually everytime. After letting it cool off for about 15-30 minutes. it will start but again after a certain period of time, it will stall out again. Also the longer that I let it cool off, the longer before it stalls again. Seems like the muffler is getting the fuel too hot but a friend said that it also could be the carbeurator or a coil.
I think that cooling off is doing it,I think your gas is filling you carb bowl,remove you carb and take bowl off ,I would buy a kit,I have had problem with the floats sticking or have been damaged by water freezeing,that carb is easy to rebuid you will do good and you will have the pride of fixing it ,good luck and thanks
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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