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ZINO29
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2008-02-14          151354


I HAVE A BX1500 AND IT RUNS FIN FOR 20 MINUETS THAN IT STARTS TO STARV FOR FUEL,SHUT IT OFF LET IT SET AND ITS GOOD FOR 20 MORE MINUETS,OUT 2 NEW FUEL FILTERS ON AND IT IS NOT JELLING,HELP

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Murf
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2008-02-14          151358


Sounds like you might have some cold weather issues, gelling, or maybe some moisture frozen somewhere in a line or the tank.

Pour some Power Service 9-1-1 in it and try again, if the problem goes away, you know what it was, if not, at least you know what it's NOT.

Best of luck. ....

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randywatson
Join Date: Apr 2007
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2008-02-14          151361


are you sure it's a fuel issue?

could it be starving for Air?

does it do this under all work loads, or at idle?
Are Valves adjusted to spec?

is it possibly related to what ever attachement you are using heating up and binding causing the stall?

How long do you have to let it set befor it will start again? ....

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kwschumm
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2008-02-14          151362


Debris (or solidified particles) in the tank has been known to cause this type of problem. The particles accumulate around the fuel pick-up in the tank when the tractor is running and when enough of them collect to block the flow the engine stops. Then, when the fuel flow stops, the particles are free to float around and the blockage clears up. Murf's suggestion is a good one if there are any gel particles in the tank. ....

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kthompson
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2008-02-14          151375


Zino, you say it is not gelling and you have two new filters on it. Could you have gelling in the tank and not know that? Could you have water in the filter just enough to be an issue?

When it cuts off again, remove the filter and see if fuel comes out of the tank. If not, see if tank vent is clogged or line going out of tank. Had a wasp in one once and it was a pain to find. Did just like KW said. kt ....

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ZINO29
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2008-02-15          151385


I TKINK IT IS THE FUEL CAP TOOK IT OFF SEEMS TO BE OK ....

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randywatson
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2008-02-15          151386


makes sense,

vent plugged...after sitting enough air gets into tank to allow fuel to flow again...have had the same thing happen on small engine tools, weedeaters, chainsaws etc... ....

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kthompson
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2008-02-15          151390


Zino, that's great, easy to fix.

A few years ago a brother in law told me he had a car that did this and carried it to mechanic after mechanic with none finding anything wrong with the engine or the reason. Went to a gas station and the young boy who pumped the gas (remember full service) asked him is his car would run for a short while and then cut off and so forth. "How did you know?"; his answer. There is a radiator cap on the gas tank! Now do you remember when they were interchangable, if so your are, well, mature is a good way to say it. kt ....

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randywatson
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2008-02-15          151392


KT,
here in TX they now inspect gas caps for reverse leaking, so gas fumes don't leak out of parked cars and pollute the air, I guess they have a one way air valve installed so the tank is vented, but if it fails so does your vehicle inspection, there goes $37.50 that you have to pay, or you can give the inspection station 30 for a 10 dollar new gas cap and they will pass you. But ya leave to go buy the cap yourself ya gotta pay another 37.50 when you get back.

They are gonna get ya one way or another,

RJ ....

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