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First thing to check would be the covers around the engine. You don't list what brand of tractor or the motor but a common problem with all are the shields surrounding the top of the motor. These shields are not just to protect you from touching a hot surface, they are actually designed to help air flow around the cooling fins of the cylinder. It is very common for debris to build up in this area (from mice, or other critters, or just alot of grass clippings etc.) You need to take these covers off and clear out any debris around the cooling fins. That should solve your issue and prolong the life of your tractor. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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