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Topic: Ford 1920 losing power after hitting rock
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oldmanbishop

06-22-2014 12:19:03
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I have a Diesel Ford 1920 with about 2000 hours. I was running a brush hog over some fields when I hit a rock. The engine started to struggle then quit. None of the indicator lights were coming on. I restarted it a couple times. Sometimes it would struggle to idle for a while then quit. Once or twice it would run strong - long enough for me to get it back into the barn. At first I was thinking that I just ran out of fuel (had about 1/8 of a tank), but it didn"t change much after filling up. Any ideas?

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Paul

07-08-2014 21:36:57
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Re: Ford 1920 losing power after hitting rock in reply to oldmanbishop, 06-22-2014 12:19:03  
Change the fuel filter.

It could be something much worse, but often just this.

Paul

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Tx Jim

06-23-2014 05:49:35
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Re: Ford 1920 losing power after hitting rock in reply to oldmanbishop, 06-22-2014 12:19:03  
Check for air in fuel system by bleeding the system.

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