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I have a 94 quadrunner that is busting up when you give it gas


is it fuel injected or carburated? if it is carburated look for leaks in and around the carburator it is usually the gasket between the carb and the manifild.

If is is fuel injected check the fuel you may have water in your tank. Also check the fuel in the tank of the carborated vehicle as well.

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Outboard troubleshooting. I have a 75 hp Mercury with 2 carbuerators. Serial # 6559142 it's around a 1989 model.. Problem= tank bubble pumps up tight...sits for a minute and gets soft...when I pump it up...


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You need a proper carb cleaning. Not some run in the gas tank sh*t. If the tank wasn't full when parked, chances are there is rust in the fuel system to get this out you need to disassemble the carburetor and thoroughly clean it.

Try not to ride the bike til you do this. It's a fire hazard.

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The DPC7311 is a two-stroke demolition saw, there should be no standing fluids, oil or otherwise in the crank case to leak out. The reason it uses a 50-to-1 gas-to-oil mix is so the oil in the gas can settle on the moving parts and lubricate them.
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