Question about John Deere A,b,g Tractor Carburetor Float Dltx10
The old J.D. tractors, like your "B" model have a compression
release valve on the side of the block. You are to open this valve when starting, once started you close this valve.
These tractors have (2) very large cylinders that create a great deal
of compression this is the reason for the release valve.
This is why it was back firing during starting, also draining the battery.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
The starter is drawing to much current on start. Check battery and starter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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