Relief valve is on the pump itself, right side, pointing towards the rear.
I KNEW you couldn't leave it alone. I'd be doing the same things.
I went to fire up my "new" 35 yesterday and it cranked and cranked and cranked and wouldn't fire. It had been a bit stubborn before so I kept trying until the battery was almost ready to give up. Then I started looking for a problem. I assumed ignition so I went to the 202 and looked at the dist. on it, it was in a different position by 45° but the plug wires were also correspondingly different. To make a long story short I made it look the same as the 202, found the timing marks and set it up with #1 at TDC and she fired right up. It's been much easier to start ever since.
Moral of the story, aside from gas engines being MUCH easier to deal with than diesels? You're gonna find something simple there.........and you're gonna be awefully pleased with yourself. Might even have a celebratory Black Label!
This post was edited by Inno at 05:12:52 09/28/12.
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