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I dont know where the tubes connect that are connected to the carburetor, when i kick start it some gas just hits the floor

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They are overflow/vent tubes Do not plug or connect them to anything.

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Were does the small vent tube out the top of the gas tank go on a stihl 029 farm boss. mine broke off flush with the nipple and is leaking gas badly.


This is very important that the connections are correct. The fuel is pulled through the carburetor to purge all the air before starting. Air will keep the fuel pump from refilling the carburetor when attempting to run.

A filter is attached to the end of the fuel tube located in the tank. This hose is the fuel pickup and passes through a tight hole in the tank. The other tube is the return also from the carburetor and is open on the end returning inside the tank also fitting through a tight hole in the tank.

It is easy to reverse these tubes. If one has cracked it is likely all need to be replaced. Take pictures and take notes before starting.

Reversing the hoses allows for unfiltered fuel to fill the carburetor with the result of plugging the jets.


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the small tube hooks to the carburetor. the larger tube connects to the primer base. hope this helps.

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2002 ford taurus gas pedal goes to the floor and getting no acceleration. the pedal itself is loose and won't retract into the up position.


The spring or wire that connects your pedal to the throttle body may broken or damaged. Check under your hood and look at the throttle body (it's the carburetor looking thing). There should be a steel wire connected to it coming from the back of the engine bay. It should connect on the side where you'll see a few springs. If nothing looks broken there, turn the part of the throttle body connected to the spring and wire. If it revs up when you move it, then the cable could be broken somewhere between there and the gas pedal.

Alternatively, the linkage on the pedal could have been disconnected some how. Check behind and above the gas pedal to see if eveything is connected properly.

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2010 Vespa, tried starting and runs while just idling. However, when you try to give a little gas it quickly dies. I did Tue best I could checking the air filter, fuel filter, spark plug, etc. Stuff I...


Hi, Divecop3 these tubes and hoses are for venting and must remain clear of obstruction and connection at one end otherwise the usual suspects are:
1. Idle circuit and transfer ports clogged.
2. Air fuel mixture adjustment too lean.
3. Pilot jet clogged.
4. Faulty accelerator pump.
5. Float level too low.
6. Float bowl contaminated old fuel, water, dirt, rust, etc.
7. Float bowl vent or overflow tube clogged.
8. Fuel flow to carburetor restricted.
9. Intake manifold leak.
10. The gas cap is not venting properly or fuel tank venting system blocked.
11. Vacuum line from intake manifold to petcock broken, cracked, or not attached, carburetor vent line plugged.
12. Needle and seat stuck closed in the float bowl.
13. Multi carburetors not in sync.
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I have a craftsman chainsaw 2.2 cubic and there are 3 fuel lines two comming from the primer bulb and one going from carb into the motor or crank. The return is connected to a nipple on the crab and the...


This is a common problem. The fuel lines can become brittle and fracture, or sometimes they swell and will not stay on their connections.

The tube that connects between the carburetor and motor is likely used to pulse the fuel pump that is internal to the carburetor.

The primer pulls the fuel through the carburetor drawing the air out. As the primer is stroked first air than fuel is pumped out of the carburetor. The output of the primer returns to the fuel tank. That fuel line appears to have failed or become disconnected in your craftsman. Either the hose has broken at or near the fuel tank, or has pulled out of the tank. There is a small hole in the tank for many machines. The hole is smaller(providing a seal) than the tube diameter requiring a minor force to squeeze the tube back in place.

Look for the fuel feed tube that also connects from the fuel tank to the carberator. Any loose connections will allow air into the carberator and it will not beable to run.

Important is that the fuel feed tube can not be switched with the return tube from the primer. Connected inside the tank is a fuel filter that protects the carberator from contamination.

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On the carburetor the higher fuel tube or the closest one to the primer bulb were the hose connects to is the inlet. Attach the filter to that hose, The other is a return line which is the lower one on the carburetor.

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  • The pressure side of the primer returns displaced fuel to the tank as it is depressed.
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