Question about Jeep CJ5
A carb overhaul or rebuilt carb should take care of it. The bowl isn't holding fuel as it should. A leaky needle and seat, a bad check valve, or even a hairline crack in the bowl itself can cause fuel to drain off after sitting a bit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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