Question about Volkswagen Beetle
I think that the only way that can happen is that fuel is getting past the rings and into the crankcase. You have changed the fuel pump, then that leaves the carb dumping fuel into the intake and getting past the rings. The fuel is not staying in the carb and that is why you have to spray to start.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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