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Gotta pump fuel manually with ignition to start

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  • Ricardo Loranca
    Ricardo Loranca Dec 22, 2011

    do you have an electric fuel pump? if so you need to have it checked to see if it is maintaining pressure.

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I WOULD SAY YOUR AUTOMATIC CHOKE IS OUT NEED TO CHANGE IT BUT TRY THIS HOLD PADDLE ALL THE WAY DOWN TO FLOOR THE NEXT TIME U TRY TO START IT SEE IF IT HITS THIN NOTE DO NOT PUMP IT IF IT STARTS THIN CHANGE THE CHOKE ITS FLOODING OUT ON YA PLEASE RATE THIS

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