Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Posted by Anonymous on
Gas cap could also be the problem, loosen try starting vehicle. If this does not work check and see if you have a Schroeder valve looks like a tire valve, carefully press center of valve to release any air and gas in line. If you can get a hold of fuel pressure tester it would also help.
Posted on Jan 05, 2015
Could be a "Vapor Lock". Gas in fuel line vaporizes before it can get to carburator or cylinders. If external gas pump located on engine fuel is vaporizing in pump and no gas is pumped as that pump only works for fluid. Pour water on pump to cool it off and engine will start right up - then the cooler gas from the tank will keep it running. If fuel pump is located in fuel tank, it may be weak and does not pump enough fuel volume. Also, the engine cooling system may be poor letting engine get too hot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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