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If you want to test the anti afterfire solenoid, merely disconnect the wire at the solenoid while the engine is running. It should die from lack of fuel after a few seconds, certainly less than a minute.

If the engine will not run and you suspect the afterfire solenoid, you can remove the plunger from the solenoid and put the solenoid back in bottom of carburetor and then attempt to start engine. If it still won't start/run then the problem is not the afterfire solenoid.

One caveat with this test method. If the engine kill shunt is somehow not working and engine OFF has relied on the anti afterfire solenoid, the engine won't shut off with the key. You will have to remove the NEG (frame ground) battery connection to kill the engine.

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I'm not saying the gas filter is your problem but you might want to change it. Could be hindering you.

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If you want to solve your problem, click on the link I attach-

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Check the float in carb my did this so i feplaced float then no more problems

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You just go to the link I attached I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.

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Hi
Type your question in to the google search bar and I'm pretty sure there will be a downloadable manual on there somewhere
Hope this helps Nick

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Visit the on-line store, known as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.

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Check for air leaks between carb. And engine. Also make sure crankcase cover is tight with no holes in gasket.

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Refer this inquiry directly to John Deere.

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most have a replaceable seal under the flywheel. but i have had a few that were non replaceable and i had to replace the engine. (poor design.)

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check witha dealer because at that year it should have an oil metering pump which mixes the oil correctlry to suit all rpms
There should be a separate oil tank for the oil

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Please use lots of care if you use the Internet to hunt for your repair manual!

These clowns CLAIM to have one for your TH34 but you MUST REGISTER to get it...suddenly MALWAREBYTES PRO started flashing 'alerts' about attempts to install a VIRUS on my system ~ NOT good!

The CLAIM to have MANY PAGES of desirable manuals to download from Harley s to whatever... Do NOT even TRY to download any:

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This means you have a leak that needs attention. If you do not know where it is coming from you need to take it to an expert. It's too easy to assume you know but get into an expensive job if you play with it. I know as I have been there and done that.

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