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My gas golf car leak gas over the exhaust is two cycle engine.

Well i desassamblle an reassamble the carburetor several times I regulate the floater in diferent levels even at the minimun level of capacity and when I try to starting the engine takes to long and smels a gasoline after the engine stars dont runs good runs slow and smokes a lot but the smoke is between fog and smoke can some body help me to fix this thank you all.
P.S.:when the car is parked leaks the gas. And when the engine stars (this is very hard)run slow and smokes (it Have piston and rings new)

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It isn't a vw car is a golf cart (for move in the golf fields) thanks any way.

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