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    X570 surging and stalling

    When I start my 2016 X 570 it surges up and down and after letting it warm up and trying to engage the blades it stalls. Keep in mind it sits in a heated garage and only has 29 hours on it. Anyone else ever had these issues?


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    How old is the fuel and is it non-ethanol?
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    That and maybe a plugged fuel filter after some bad fuel
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    Two years old and 29 hours, works out to about 16 minutes a week.
    My guess is fuel/carb related.

    With ethanol in fuel these days, it doesnt store as well as non-ethanol fuels did. It attracts water, and in general doesnt play well with fuel systems, even when they are designed to use it, if the equipment isnt used often.
    If you arent going through much fuel each year, Id use a smaller gas can, and treat it every time you fill up to make sure it stays fresh as long as possible.
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    Okay thanks for the responses. I bought it a few months ago and it was originally purchased in May of 2017 by the original owner. He passed earlier this year and it sat in his garage until I bought it. Since I picked it up I have run NON ethanol gas in it. Had one issue while mowing my lawn and it started sputtering. I shut the PTO off and it cleared up. Keep in mind I bought it with 9 hours on it and have put the 20 on it in the last few months. I just talked to the dealer about it and it will be going down to them next week to be looked at. Just put the blower on last night as we have 6+ inches of snow coming so I will keep it until Monday. Lol donít feel like shoveling.


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    Maybe add some seafoam to the fuel, that's some good stuff.
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    Okay change the filter but itís still idling up and down unless I give it a little choke then it clears up. Iím gonna grab some sea food and try that. I have a video but doesnít seem to allow me to upload it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcook99 View Post
    Okay change the filter but it’s still idling up and down unless I give it a little choke then it clears up. I’m gonna grab some sea food and try that. I have a video but doesn’t seem to allow me to upload it.


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    Hmmm... it would be nice to hear it. I don't think you can load videos directly to GTT. Can you upload it to YouTube and then share the link?

    Also, if you get some fuel treatment be sure to get Sea FOAM not Sea FOOD. That sea food will really gum up the carb. (Sorry - couldn't resist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Hmmm... it would be nice to hear it. I don't think you can load videos directly to GTT. Can you upload it to YouTube and then share the link?

    Also, if you get some fuel treatment be sure to get Sea FOAM not Sea FOOD. That sea food will really gum up the carb. (Sorry - couldn't resist)

    Okay I will upload it to YouTube. Thanks on the seafood. Lol


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    Okay here is the YouTube link. After some Sea Foam I think we will be in good shape. Seems to be idling better after running it. The video is before the Sea Foam.

    2016 John Deere X570 - YouTube


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