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 10-24-2004, 07:39 Post: 99152
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 4110 staling

I have a 4110 and just started stalling a few days ago. My dealer told me to add a stabilizer and change the fuel filter. I did that and it isn't any better. If I let it run with the side panel off I can see that the resevoir (where the filter is) runs out of fuel. It appears that the fuel is not flowing from the tank fast enough to keep up with it. Any ideas?? Could there be a screen in the tank that is plugged? If so, can I resolve this on my own? Should I drain the tank? If so, what is the best way to do that.






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 10-24-2004, 10:16 Post: 99158
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Did it suddenly get cold there at the same time the stalling problem emerged?






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 10-24-2004, 12:33 Post: 99159
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 4110 staling

I have been having a staling or cutting out problem with my BX 23 too.
Was using the Hoe and when I went to move the tractor it kept wanting to stal out no matter where I set the RPMs.







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 10-24-2004, 14:04 Post: 99162
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Is the fuel valve shut part way off?






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 10-27-2004, 18:16 Post: 99361
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I believe that the fuel reservoir should be full of gas all the time...it is a sealed system and the 4110 has an auto bleed feature (unlike earlier models) so that one does not have to bleed the fuel system after running out of fuel. If you recently ran it out of fuel and then refilled it I suppose its possible that the auto bleed system is not working correctly...bottom line is the reservoir should be full of fuel not air.






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 10-27-2004, 19:59 Post: 99365
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Make sure the fuel tank is venting properly. Try running it without the cap on and see if this improves the flow. If not, you have a fuel line blockage in the tank or the line.

If venting is the problem, replace the fuel cap, and try again.






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 10-28-2004, 16:58 Post: 99426
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 4110 staling

It sounds like he might have a piece of debris in the tank floating around. If it runs for a while then quits and the reservoir is empty then refills after a bit it could be the debris is getting sucked down to cover the pick-up, then when the draw for fuel stops, the debris again floats and the reservoir refills.

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 10-28-2004, 21:49 Post: 99439
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Drain and inspect the inside or the tank for any foreign material. If none is found; remove the hose from the tank to the fuel bowl and inspect it. Try blowing air thru it and if it intermittently stops up for no reason. The inside liner of the hose may be coming apart and intermittently blocking the hose filling the fuel bowl. Lastly, check and inspect the fuel cap. Ensure the little vent ball inside the cap rattles freely when you shake it. The cap vent may not be opening and a vaccum could build up and not allow fuel to the bowl. Just a few thoughts I figured to throw out there and check. You can never tell what is causing this without starting at the source and working your way back. Suspect anything. Good luck!






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 10-28-2004, 23:33 Post: 99444
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Maybe the original poster could tell us what is going on......?






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 10-30-2004, 12:59 Post: 99517
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Green MT Jim, can you bring us up to date as to where you are at with solving this problem?






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