Question about Plymouth Breeze
Try changing the fuel filter. If no help, look into the float bowl on the carburetor for lack of fuel. If so, remove the float and needle-valve to check for a local clog in the needle-valve seat area. If the bowl appears to be nearly full, then check the screw-in jets in the bowl bottom for plugging. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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