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Hey .... i picked up a new holland skid steer 192 ford motor.... I replaced the points with a petronix and re timed the thing.

Here is my issue, after about 1/2 hour running it just kinda fizzles out....

What i have done and why. The ignition module just because.

tested the compression all within 10% and 149

Now the motor has a micro fuel pump thats working off ignition that i remounted. (original mechanical must have died). That has a really small line coming off the fuel tank like 1/8 inch

Also the alternator is dead.

So i am thinking that when i put the jumpers on her and get it started. Then i must be charging the battery.

Does anyone think that the 12volt mico pump is pettering out after 1/2 hr because there is a voltage drop on the battery after the 1/2 hour. Thats what i am thinking

Also running off the battery would be coil, Ballest resister and a light that says there is a problem with the alternator... LOL

what do yall think
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Hey .... i picked up a new holland skid steer 192 ford motor.... I replaced the points with a petronix and re timed the thing.

Here is my issue, after about 1/2 hour running it just kinda fizzles out....

What i have done and why. The ignition module just because.

tested the compression all within 10% and 149

Now the motor has a micro fuel pump thats working off ignition that i remounted. (original mechanical must have died). That has a really small line coming off the fuel tank like 1/8 inch

Also the alternator is dead.

So i am thinking that when i put the jumpers on her and get it started. Then i must be charging the battery.

Does anyone think that the 12volt mico pump is pettering out after 1/2 hr because there is a voltage drop on the battery after the 1/2 hour. Thats what i am thinking

Also running off the battery would be coil, Ballest resister and a light that says there is a problem with the alternator... LOL

what do yall think
The ignition system requires voltage above about 8.5VDC to stay running. If you battery depletes below this the ballast resistor is dropping additional voltage to the coil exacerbating the problem till the coil secondary voltage dies out.
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Basically just fix the darn alternator right

I kinda just figured it out a bit ago, just wanted to see what the gallery figured
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