If it is a 2-stroke engine u might have a problem of a crank seal that is worn.take quickstart and spray it around the suspected area while bie is running.ideling will increase dramatically if substance is sucked in at the air leak.check for warn or loose needle situated underneath carb slider.dont b shy to ask!
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Sometimes the rubber plunger plastic/rubber new is not worn in yet, take rubber plunger part off, soak in warm water for a few minutes, then bend it in just a few times, put a dab og saliva on it stick it on and push lever back firm, twist suction cup some before putting lever down to secure it. If this helped, please rate with 4 thumbs , to help me and others. Thanks mike from fixya
just yesterday changed two lower balljoints . jack up car unscrew horizontal bolt holding in old ball joint. we used a crowbar to pry down on lower arm and their is your old balljoint. now the fun begins, if it does not pound out, which it probably won"t then take grinder to cut the snapon ring off and should pop out with alot of effort. we had to beat and beat to get it out. if you think that was fun wait till you put the new one in. clean the hole out smooth and make sure it goes in snug but not beating it(i learned the hard way) the put on your rubber sleeve and erplace your bot with new one( my new one did not fit) used old one, make it tight. put grease fitting in and you should be in bussiness. all this was done with air gun and wrenches, some cusing and cut finger and knuckle, or take it to a garage. about 2 hours for me out doors.
It is my understanding that a fine layer of corrosion can form over the contacts on the mounting dock and/or the TomTom itself after a period of outdoor exposure. A white course rubber eraser is the perfect instrument to remove that corrosion without excessive wear to the contacts. This is an old computer repair trick that I used on various computer cards. This is just an inexpensive trick to try. Hope it helps.
If you're sure the power cord is getting power, then the mount has likely failed. Mine has failed 3 times. Replacing the mount will fix the problem as it did on mine. If the unit is less than 1 year from purchase, Garmin will warranty replace it for free. If not, it'll cost you about $85 plus shipping to put a new one on.
The Quest charges on about 5 volts you have to plug the cigarette adapter into a 12 volt souce, the adapter then converts it to 5 volts. If you splice 12 volts directly into the mount the quest will not work because you burn up the circuits or the battery.