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If the vehicle in question is not fuel injected there is a possibility that a float can be stuck or a valve not seating in the carb and that can cause the fuel level in the carb to be too high. An improperly adjusted float can also cause this. But without anymore information, your guess is as good as mine. Good luck.

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