Oil F o a m Starter. Open shut-off valve to see if fuel flows freely from the tank. Easy to read type,And give you all the information needed to do the procedure correctly. Inflate tires to the correct operating pres- sure before operating tractor. Full maintenance instructions a r e provided on separate instruction card for battery.
Detergent oils keep the engine cleaner and retard the formation of gum and varnish deposits. Operate engine until it stops from lack of fuel. Remove capscrews holding engine to frame. Remove two screws and lift off complete air cleaner , I assembly. Remove the oil drain plug. Screw wing nut down tight.
Then insert a hard finished card or piece of paper and close and open points. A warm battery has much more starting capacity than a cold battery. Disconnect complete drive shaft 4. Turn crankshaft until piston is at top of cylinder bore and both valves are closed. If engine does not accelerate properly, re-adjust needle valve to a slightly richer mixture. To get proper ground- ing, fasten the ground lead on the adapter to something electrically grounded, such as the metal box on the end of a grounded metal conduit.
When installing battery, install shield to prevent battery terminals f r o m con- tacting hood. For practical operation, the horsepower loading should not exceed 85% of these ratings. There a r e 4 spindle bearings. Push the stop switch against end of spark plug, or turn off ignition switch on equipment. Remove cotter key from right spindle and remove spindle. Take care to remove dirt around filler plug.
Now recheck the clutch rod adjustment for proper idler release. Turn each screw in with wrench until screw head is lightly seated. Service a i r cleaner. Then place remote control in idle position. Disconnect complete drive shaft when 2.
Open choke slightly and repeat operation. Drain oil while engine is warm. Electric Starter r Close the Choke Pull Starter Rope I Press starter button on powered equipment. Thumb Nut Adjustment To increase speed, turn nut clock- wise or move lower end of govern- or spring f a r t h e r a w a y f r o m governor lever shaft. When en- gine starts, open choke gradually.
Rinse until water remains clear. While engine is still warm, drain and clean the oil sump. Under torque will allow ex- two capscrews within the R H. B -Wrap foam in cloth and squeeze dry. Pull starter several times or push starter button with choke open. Clean and re-oil at least every 25 hours under normal conditions.
Remove foam element from air cleaner body. When tractor i s removed from storage, it should be serviced thoroughly, including draining and refilling the crankcase with f r e s h oil. Manual Type Move lever in. If the speed o f the engine i s not steady although the carburetor has been properly adjusted, move the spring farther away from the gov- ernor lever shaft. C -Saturate foam in engine oil.
Be sure to remove or loosen thumb screw on governor control rod. Move wire through swivel until desired operating speed is obtained. Refer to the figure above for disassembly and assembly of components. The Cleaning Air Cleaner foam element lip will form a protective seal. Thereafter change o i l every 25 hours of opera- tion.
Reassembly i s the r e v e r s e of removal. Thereafter change oil every 25 hours of operation. Dexron A T F Transmission. Excessive carbon in combustion chamber. Turn each screw in with wrench until screw head is lightly seated.