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Subject: Re: Miller 250G (portable) govenor

Date: 07/17/03 at 3:37 PM
Posted by: Jeff
E-mail: ventureline@shaw.ca
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In Reply to: Miller 250G (portable) govenor posted by bill on 07/16/03 at 10:55 AM:

I won't be "diddling" around with the governor, as it doen't have anything to do with the idle system. Insead, I'd simply remove the idle solinoid and clean the rod and solinoid with a piece of fine emery cloth. If there is any grunge or corrosion on either of these components, it won't suck that rod in. It would be a good idea to now reset your engine.
With a DC meter on the output studs, and your heat control set to 100 make sure your idle is 43Vdc, and your high idle is (cold) 110Vdc. Don't bother using an RPM pickup
It's quite likely that your RPM (low idle) is set too low.

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