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1964 John Deere 1010 Crawler


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Just wondering if anybody could give me any ideas... rebuilding a 1964john Deere 1010c crawler ... had no gas going into the engine so I rebuilded the carb same problem everything seems to ok in the carb ... just now she not flooding like before but & still no gas is getting into Engine ????

It would be greatly appreciated for any suggestions
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Default Re: 1964 john Deere 1010crawler

If it's like other John Deere equipment it will have a screen in the tank, they get clogged.
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Default Re: 1964 john Deere 1010crawler

The tank is above the engine, no fuel pump. take off the line and open the valve. fuel should flow freely at the carb. line on there is a drain plug on bottom of carb, fuel should flow there also. make sure you did not miss a plugged passage in the carb.
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Go flow to carb

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Good flow to carb

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I have good flow to carb
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Default Re: 1964 john Deere 1010crawler

Is there fuel in the bowl? If so, hold your hand over the carb throat while cranking, do you have a strong suction, any gas in the carb when you let go? No vacuum, look for a bad intake leak or engine problems, plugged exhaust. Good vacuum, no fuel, go back in to the carb.
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Good suction.... fuel in carb & pressure coming out exhaust .... couple of had back press come out the carb
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.... couple of had back press come out the carb
Sounds like at least one intake valve is not sealing, check for spark if you have spark the ignition timing may need adjusted.
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Perfect spark ...
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Do a compression test, eliminate mechanical problems.
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Good suction.... fuel in carb & pressure coming out exhaust .... couple of had back press come out the carb
There must be intake valves not sealing (stuck, burned, tight adjustment) will neutralize intake vacuum.
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