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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Solenoid Faulty or loose connections, short out the solenoid on its contacts and see if this throws on the starter motor, other than that it could be brushes inside the starter motor itself. Good Luck , the eti
Posted on May 20, 2009
You have a loose connection to the ignition system . When cranking make sure it is in neutral. and kill switch is in run position. The only thing dropping would sensibly affect is the fuel system or jarring a switch., but with the suspension you have there really is no jarring. So, I would ck the wiring. something is loose.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Could be air block in the petrol tube and clean the carborator and remove the dust and dirt to run the unit. Cleran the petrol tank atleast once in a year to avoid dust formation at the bottom of the fuel tank. Adjust the gap in the spark plug to standard specification to avoid back fireing.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
HI. YOU MAY BE GETTING GAS TO CARBS BUT IS THE GAS GETTING TO THE PISTON. IF IT WAS ME I WOULD PUT A LITTLE GAS IN THE END OF THE CARB, AND IF IT STARTS OR EVEN KICKS A FEW TIMES YOU HAVE FOUND YOUR PROBLEM. JIMBO
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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every vehicle needs regular servicing and repairs in order to
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differences between the company's many makes and models, general repair
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