Not only is it cold, won't stop snowing.....!!!!! :)
Likely some good advice already given, but I'll throw an idea into the mix. Any chance the fuel tank isn't venting properly and after running a short while a vacuum is created that prevents the flow of fuel? I have a small tractor this has happened to on a couple of times and it turned out to be the fuel tank cap had blockage in its breathing vent.
At 10-15 hours on the tractor, you are probably still on the fuel that the dealer shipped your tractor with. At least that was my case. Dealer had a full tank for me when it arrived. The dealer should know if it's his fuel or not. I second the timing or delivery of the fuel, or that it was gelling b/c the dealer used summer fuel in your tractor.
Hey jjlite, was it the filter or something else ?
Just got the filter last night and had to go to a parent teacher conference at the school. Now back to work!! I hope I get time this week will keep all updated It is a pretty silver color and for the price I am positive its real.
Oh yeah they arent cheap ! Wait 'til you buy that hydraulic filter !
My experience with the 35 series fuel system problems have been in the fuel lines. Check the delivery line where it enters the engine compartment, it is nomally tied with nylon ties to the return line and wiring and hydraulic line. Make sure its not kinked.
Thanks for the tip, checked mine and it appears to be ok...thanks again...if you've got any other tips about the 35 series I'd sure like to hear them, and i imagine the other 35 owners would too ! This is my first Mahindra and so far I'm very happy, having said that, preventative maintaince tips are most welcome....