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cajundon
Join Date: Apr 2018
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2018-04-15          197681


I recently changed the fuel filter on my TC35. I got the tractor started after filling the fuel bowl, but it dies when the bowl draws down to 50%. It appears that it is not picking up its prime or something is clogged. Any suggestions would be welcomed.

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Woodie
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2018-04-15          197682


Others can correct me, when changing filter did you bleed off the bowl for any residual air bubble, may have to even "crack" the connection at the injector pump....I'm just thinking back to what I read in my owners manual for my tc33 and thats been too long ago:-( to be 100%. ....

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cajundon
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2018-04-16          197685


I did disconnect the hose at the pump but there was no drainage there. Its as if the tank may be blocked. Thanks for the suggestion. ....

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Macomac
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2022-04-30          200997


By chance did you figure this out? I’m having similar issue ....

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2022-05-02          201000


Touched on this with answer on air leak.

I will fill my fuel filter with fuel as works to do so for installing. I used to bleed the system as most manuals tell you to but got lazy you may say. I find it easier for me to just spray WD 40 into the air intake while having someone else start the engine. Depending on the set up of the filter system will spray into the filter intake or remove the air filter to get better path for the WE 40. Have a friend who wets a rag with gas and covers the air intake and says it works good for him. Not a fan of gas as the fumes are dangerous. It has been my experience it only takes a few seconds for the air to be purged from the system and easy to handle with a spurt of WE40 if the engine begins to die down. ....

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2022-06-03          201080


I have heard about using WD40 as was mentioned here, but I am afraid of the risk of the aerosole can blowing up in my face. I had heard years ago that had happened based on the propellant that was used then.
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