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Governor Problems on Toro 1132

Okay... Got my new carburetor and installed it. It doesn't leak. However, once the RPMs pick up it accelerates way too high and doesn't seem to govern properly. I noticed that the rod from the governor to the butterfly valve is custom made from what looks like a 12 gauge piece of copper wire. I'm wondering if anyone has a diagram of how the governor and rod and spring should be set up?
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Okay... Got my new carburetor and installed it. It doesn't leak. However, once the RPMs pick up it accelerates way too high and doesn't seem to govern properly. I noticed that the rod from the governor to the butterfly valve is custom made from what looks like a 12 gauge piece of copper wire. I'm wondering if anyone has a diagram of how the governor and rod and spring should be set up?
There should be a spring that hooks from the throttle plate to the governor arm.

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If by the throttle plate you mean the piece that moves the rod to the butterfly valve? then it is connected from the governor to that piece... Let me say this again... The throttle plate is the piece that rotates with the throttle? There's a spring from that to the governor
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If by the throttle plate you mean the piece that moves the rod to the butterfly valve? then it is connected from the governor to that piece... Let me say this again... The throttle plate is the piece that rotates with the throttle? There's a spring from that to the governor
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