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Land rover 1960 series 2

Hi there me again, petrol is getting to the carb do we pull the fuel pump apart?

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Well,if getting adequate fuel supply to the carb,then the problem is probably inside the carb now.Make certain a good flow of fuel to the carb,and if so,pull the carb off and recheck the floats drop and level height,also the needles and seats inside,and the gaskets for good condition.

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