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Ran out of gas then problem started gas leaks out of carb and over flow line vent or float problem

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You will need to remove and clean the carb. When you run one out of fuel it allows all the trash in the tank to go into the carb. The fuel leaking from the overflow is trash in the float needle and needs to be cleaned.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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    Anthony Nov 17, 2013

    I had the same problem. Cleaned the entire carb out today run great for about 15 mins then out more gas in and it all started leaking out of the flow lines again. Do I need to replace the carbarator?thanks

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    Anthony Nov 17, 2013

    Also if I have a little gas in it runs just fine but when I run out and fill it up she leaks bad. 2000 kawasaki vn800

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