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D250 Idles great, falls on its face if speed it up

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Rebuilt the carb, checked the timing. starts easy Idles awesome but try to increase engine speed it misses and splutters !  

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Not a Renault pro here guy but there are guys here that are that wI'll be along. I can however:WRS: you.

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I would guess it is getting enough fuel to idle but not enough to rev up.:twocents-02cents:

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16 minutes ago, Adams94 said:

I would guess it is getting enough fuel to idle but not enough to rev up.:twocents-02cents:

 

                                        :text-yeahthat: or excess air being sucked  in around a worn throttle plate shaft or manifold or carb gasket.

    BTW,   :text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:.

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is the coil wired correctly? had the same issues when i had the condensor on the wrong terminal

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I put a electric fuel pump on it and same Problem, But I do know that the coil was changed before i got the tractor so Ill look at that ! 

 

Update, tried the wire switch, nothing... but I thought about trying another coil, I did and its a 50% improvement ! this is a old coil I had laying around. 

I need to find a replacemnt coil with the correct output any Help ? Part Number Cross reference ?

Also Points,condensor,Cap and rotor parts numbers ? Piont and Plug Gap ?

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You'll need to look that stuff up by the engine numbers - some auto parts stores actually have some of the small Renault engines listed under their industrial line .

 

Sarge

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Found part numbers man this stuff is rare !

 

 Item                   Brand          Part number

 

Cap                    Ducellier           72196

Rotor                  Ducellier           72192

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What does that engine use for timing advance ? Is it vacuum or simply mechanical weights and springs in the distributor ? If those parts are not working correctly it will not advance the timing like it should and could stick as well - something to look into . I'm not dead familiar with that model Renault but there should be plenty of info on it around the Euro sites - it was a common industrial engine at one time .

 

Sarge

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