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put in some gasline antifreez this will dissapate any water in the tank if this does not work start with a new fuel filter and then you might need a new fuel pump if problem gets worse as time goes by even a poorly sealing fuel cap can cause these kinds of problems
Although, this does sound like a fuel issue due to past experiences I want to say the problem might not be fuel at all, but before we go that route try one thing. On that particular model I believe the gas cap is vented, if so try running it till it acts up, then remove the gas cap for a moment and see if the engine returns to running normal, if not I believe your coil is going out. I have seen alot of these engines recently where the works fine but when the get hot they quit functioning all together or only function part of time which in your case would indicate why it is missing and fowling the plug. When these tend to do this after they cool back down they function properly again until they get heated up again. I hope this helps you.
Hi, More than likely the jet in the carb is clogged.
This occurs when the fuel stays in the carb during the winter. Auto parts stores have a carb cleaner that should clean it out.
Hope this helps.