New problem? I tried to start the tractor again a few days ago so it would have been sitting for about a month. The temperature was about 10 degrees. It cranked over for awhile, kind of slow, but it would not fire at all! I finally gave up. Then, the next day, I heated the shed to about 45 degrees for about 5 hours (and put the battery charger on) and the tractor started VERY easily! Is it possible the BPR4ES sparks "hotter" to help it start when the tractor is cold? After I ran the tractor about 30 minutes, when I idled the tractor is ran rough and stalled!
Maybe I have a "weak" spark. Is there any way to test that? Bad coil or something in that system?
Last edited by dnrsslr; 01-04-2014 at 11:18 PM.