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My honda 70cc has spark gas and air going to the carberater

I took off the air filter on it and sprayed starting fluid in it while my dad
kicked it and it didn't start for some reason and it had all 3 things gas air and fire

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Put your hand over the carberatoer to choke it while your dad kicks it and after about 3-4 kicks in the middle of him kicking et go and it should build up enouphg pressure to start it up.ive used this method many times on my 200cc yamaha

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