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Grassman, I'm using either Mobil regular of Mobil premium gas, depending on which car in the family needs gas at the same time the lawnmower's gas can also needs filling. I've been doing this as long as I've had the mower, and as far as I know, it's 100% gasoline, unlike the Sunoco gas/ethanol blend that's sold in this region. I hadn't considered a worn needle and seat, but that could be a possibility, as I have a couple or rough areas in my yard that shake the mower a bit. I did remove the fuel bowl a couple of weeks ago to see if the float was stuck, and it didn't appear to be.
There wasn't any debris in the fuel bowl either. I gently lifted and lowered the float several times and it didn't appear to be sticking, but as you say, the needle and/or seat could be worn and not completely seating.
I did a little more poking around on the 'net right after I posted my question here, and someone else suggested that the ignition modules have a tendency to 'hot short' when they get older. That was why I checked for spark. As I mentioned, it seemed OK.Not exactly what I've seen from a GM high energy ignition, but a spark nonetheless. I also looked through my owner's manual, and yes, the maintenance schedule, way down at the bottom of the page, says to get the valves adjusted by the dealer.' Unless the owner has the proper tools and is mechanically proficient'. I think I am, but I'll have to find a shop manual to get the procedure.My bad!
Again, guys, thanks for the help! 2004 Ford Courier Workshop Manual here. Prescott Microbiology Lab Manual. Man, has this reply been LONG overdue. I finally got the engine to restart reasonably well when it was hot. Here's what happened. When I'd shut it off after cutting the lawn, it would 'pop back' a couple of times.
It seemed to me, that the idle speed might have been a tad high, so I backed it off a bit. After that is when the 'hard hot start' issue reared its ugly head, but 'stupid me', I didn't make the connection.
After discussing the ills with you guys here, I started tinkering and then remembered the sequence of events.I brought the idle speed back to where it originally was, and the starting problem went away. However, I was still thinking that the 'popping' might be coming from valves that need adjustment, so I got the necessary gaskets and will tackle that job as soon as it warms up in the spring. (right now, it's about 10 degrees, with a -20 wind chill.even the garage is too cold!!). I'm new here, and in need of some advice.
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