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Fuel pump Sometimes starts but won't stay running I don't here fuel pump running

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the fuel tap may be causing to problem, if it doesnt turn off it can also flood the engine over night and allow fuel into the sump which then vaporises as it gets hot and the breather allows this fuel back through the air cleaner causing rich mixture

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