Question about Daihatsu Rocky
If that is a carburettor model, you have a float needle sticking open.
Try getting someone else to keep it running, while you tap the carburettor body near where the fuel line connects to the carby.
Use a plastic screwdriver handle or small hammer handle.
Don't get too rough, but a bit of a shock to it is the idea.
You will probably need a new needle and seat if it keeps doing it.
Has it been parked for a while or run out of fuel?
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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