RE: OS 95 Help
When a perfectly-good-running engine starts acting up, you need to carefully go through it and the fuel system. Since it quits when you remove the glow ignitor, we'd suspect a bad glowplug. The first thing you need to do is replace the plug. Then re-check the mixture settings of the engine. You may need to lean the idle, richen it, whatever gets the job done. However, please realize that you will not be able to get a good idle setting until the high-speed needle is properly set for full-throttle running. Once it's set, you can retard the throttle and get the idle mixture and RPM set up.