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Even if you do it yourself you need to adjust it.I would get another mechanic to look at it also.Have you tried cleaners? 1 type you add to the gas the other you remove the air bonet and spray into the top of carb while running (have someone press on the gas lightly so you don't stall.Have you tried to increase the idle via the adjusting screw? has the auto choke been tested..adjusted? Good Luck.
hi mate you float is to high in the carb take the carb off and take the bottom casing off and adjust the float to the correct measurements in the manual if the float is too high it is allowing to much fuel in and so it will flow over the over flow and out the tubes it is simple puch the pin out and adjust the metal where the little valve is hanging onto with a pair of long nose pliers good luck
Some motors have limit switches built in to kill the ignition if the motor is started at odd angles. The trim is different for speed and passenger load. The limit switches may be adjustable to eliminate that problem. Usually when you go to dock the boat will fish tail if the trim is too extreme for slow speeds.
The problem is the plastic float in the carburetor, it's not adjustable and after sitting up with gas in it it distorts. Save yourself the trouble and buy a new one, you can get them online for $15-$20.
make sure you have the right firing order for the spark plug wires from the disbutor to the spark plugs. thats the most common for motor turns over and briefly fires and then dies. try looking up the firing order for the spark plug wires.