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Problem with carburetor as speed be pressed the van turns off.the input fuel is coming but problem in the carburetor

Later start and making misses with the fuel. the carburetor as full service lately but problem start after ward

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Recheck the float level in the carby as it appears to have a fuel starvation problem. There could also be a partial blockage in the main jet .

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