Thought I’d post this in the general forum to try and get some more ideas.
2008 Joyner Renegade
800cc EFI Chery engine
Starts and idles fine, drives well until you actually try to go, then starts to sputter as if it’s starving for fuel. Does this no matter what fuel pressure I set it too. I’ve tried 35-80psi
New fuel pump
New fuel filter
Any smarty smarts out there with ideas?
I have a joyner trooper think 2007 model 1100cc and it will turn over but not getting any fire. Put new coil on it new crank sensor and when I check the plug going to my coil pack with test light it shows that it don't Have power and seems to be saying there's no ground either. Mine has 3 wires black,white,and orange
I think my stator (alternator) may be giving up on me... Barely maintaining a constant 12.5 volts.. Checked all connections. No corrosion or melted spots.. I unplugged the leads that come from the Stator at the engine, both are only putting out around 12 to 13 Volts V A/C.... Whereas it should be 24VAC+ at idle.
Manual calls for .2 to .4 ΩOhms maximum across the leads, My meter was showing .7Ω..
I scraped off a bit of the insulation behind the stator wire plugs to rule out a bad connector (not likely, being both of them) and from the copper wires to ground, still only 12 volts AC or so... Can't complain, it did it's job for 20 years.
And this is for you Joe Breaux "AT LEAST IT AIN'T A MASSIMO"
I've always adjusted small engine idles by ear..... but i finally decided to buy a tachometer... it came in the mail today so i tried it out on the mule. it's the kind that wraps around the plug wire.
fire the mule up, the idle RPM spec in the manual is 1,300... and the way i have it adjusted now it was idling at 1,260, let it warm up and bumped it up to 1300, which wasn't much