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Toro CCR2000 question

Picked up an old CCR2000 for $25. It wouldn't start and I determined that it wasn't getting fuel. I put in a new carb, new fuel line and new fuel filter (and fresh gas). Starts right up now, but it's surging and will occasionally shut down after about 10 minutes. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Bad ignition. Parts get REAL expensive on these.


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Picked up an old CCR2000 for $25. It wouldn't start and I determined that it wasn't getting fuel. I put in a new carb, new fuel line and new fuel filter (and fresh gas). Starts right up now, but it's surging and will occasionally shut down after about 10 minutes. Any ideas? Thanks!
the surging wouldnt be the ignition its a lean condition but the shutting down would definitely be the coil once it heats up they tend to fail.

might be cheaper to find another one and pick it up for cheap and steal the oem carb and ignition. would me less expensive than trying to buy the individual parts.

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Bad ignition. Parts get REAL expensive on these.


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dont worry there are many around just pick up another for $25 and use it as a parts donor

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Would an ignition module such as Mega Fire or Nova solve the ignition problem?

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Would an ignition module such as Mega Fire or Nova solve the ignition problem?
some people have had luck with them i have never had an ignition problem with any of the 2000's that i have had.

so i dont have any experience with them.

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novas or megafires work but you lose the kill switch
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**UPDATE**
I picked up a Mega Fire ignition module...installed it and she fired right up. Unfortunately, 5 or so minutes later, she started revving and died. Same as before. Now I'm wondering if there is a fuel delivery problem. Feels like she is running until the fuel in the bowl is spent. When this happens, a couple pumps to the primer and it fires right up again.


Keep in mind, I installed a new (after-market) carb, new fuel filter and fuel line. Then I thought maybe the gas cap was clogged. But, it did the same thing with the cap off.


I'm a little stumped here and hoping you wise snowblower gurus might have a suggestion? Thanks
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Pat, parts get REAL expensive on these!
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Yes, starting to realize that. Fortunately, I don't have a lot into it. It's turning into a challenge at this point and just can't figure out what it could be.
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