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2 things to check are the ignition spark immediately after this shutdown, which would indicate a faulty coil, and loosen the gas cap to see if a vacuum is being pulled on the tank due to a faulty vent, which would prevent fuel from entering the carburetor, but chances are, on a riding mower this is either a faulty ignition coil or a fuel system issue. The best way to tell if it is a fuel system issue is to apply the choke as it begins to die and if it is running out of fuel it will pick back up for a little longer. If no change when the choke is applied then check the spark at the plug(s).
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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