|10-19-2019 04:34 PM|
Recently i had a weak coil on mine that caused it to run poorly and eventually die completely.
|10-19-2019 04:02 PM|
|Newb007||Check the ign points|
|10-19-2019 01:00 PM|
|2big bronco||Tune it by adjusting the timing.|
|10-19-2019 11:03 AM|
There is plenty of info online. Do a quick search to find the components and likely causes. Propane is very simple.
I would conform you donít have a obstruction in the intake.
|10-19-2019 10:51 AM|
|Mattafact||Call gotpropane and make it a screamer.|
|10-19-2019 10:47 AM|
I bought it about 2 years ago, was running ok then, but was really hacked up.
It spent well over a year in the shop and i fixed the coolant lines to the propane system, hydraulic issues, wiring, rebuilt the kinpins, new exhaust, tore out the rotting gas tank, new tires, etc.
|10-19-2019 10:44 AM|
I used dust collector hose to attach it as the factory hose has been NLA 30+ years.
|10-19-2019 10:36 AM|
|[email protected]||If it's an impco mixer, there is good troubleshooting documentation out there.|
|10-19-2019 10:33 AM|
Is this condition new? I would check the mixer diaphragm first
Assuming you checked all the easy things first.
|10-19-2019 10:32 AM|
|YOOPER111||Check the air filter. Had one do the same thing, and if the filter is getting questionable, it would act like a choke and the engine wouldn't idle.|
|10-19-2019 10:30 AM|
Tuning a propane forklift?
I have a 60s Yale 5k forklift. 6 cylinder Chrysler industrial flathead engine.
Was gasoline, but at some point many years ago, it was converted to propane.
It runs, but wont stay running at idle, have to keep it rev'd up a bit.
Seems way rich, like get black smoke, chugging and propane smell out the exhaust.
Im not too familiar with all the components. Is this something that is adjustable, or something beeds replacing perhaps?