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BF61012E in FAHR 105 Tractor (Governer Problem?)


Created On Monday September 14, 2009 02:02 Diesel Talk
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Konan
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Hi I have a Deutz BF61012E in a FAHR 105 Tractor. When I accelerate above 1200 RPM the engine revs will stay constant at that speed even when I release the throttle, the only time that it will revert back to normal speed on its own is when the aircon compressor activates. This fault only occurs when the engine is at normal operating temprature. I have removed the two rear covers on the governer and checked for any broken springs etc. Could it be the weights in the centrifuge sticking?





Edited: Monday September 14, 2009 at 02:10 by Konan
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Hi I have a Deutz BF61012E in a FAHR 105 Tractor. When I accelerate above 1200 RPM the engine revs will stay constant at that speed even when I release the throttle, the only time that it will revert back to normal speed on its own is when the aircon compressor activates. This fault only occurs when the engine is at normal operating temprature. I have removed the two rear covers on the governer and checked for any broken springs etc. Could it be the weights in the centrifuge sticking?
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