Question about 1989 Nissan Hardbody King
This will probably be caused by either the needle valve and seat being worn or damaged,or the float in the carb fuel bowl stuck or damaged so as to prevent it from rising and shutting off the fuel.Some of the nissan carbs have a small glass window where the fuel level can be checked.It should be about 1/2 way up the glass if ok.Yours will probably be looking full.Hope this helps.Get back with your findings and I may be able to post precise instructions to remove carb and repair fault.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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