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Fuel pump may have trash inside of it, be gentle with ur disasemblly, then hook an air hose to the fuel lines and blow them out

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Not getting gas to carb


It could be. Since you have a carburetor, you must have a mechanical fuel pump on the engine? Only some imports with carburetors had an electrical pump.

If your filter is in the line just before the carburetor, take the line off at the filter, then crank the engine over to see if the pump is working. Mechanical fuel pumps will pump gas when the engine is cranking or running. Use a jar or can to catch the gas. If pump is working, fuel will come out in small spurts. It's not under high pressure- carbs don't need high pressure. If no gas comes out of the line, you probably need a new fuel pump. If the pump is working, it could be the filter, but could also be the needle valve and seat at the carb's fuel inlet. Sometimes they get stuck closed and won't let gas into the carburetor.

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check the fuel lines and filters for blockages

Remove and check all fuel filters located in the fuel line and in the carburetor.

Replace any and all filters that can not be confirmed good or have not been changed recently.


Inspect the fuel lines for leaks or kinks that might interfere with fuel flow.

Tap the top of the carburetor lightly to free a stuck needle valve or float that may be shutting off fuel to the carburetor float bowl.


Check the fuse marked fuel pump in the fuse box for any electric fuel pump equipped vehicles.


Connect a fuel pressure gauge to the Shrader valve if the vehicle has an electric fuel pump. Turn on the key and monitor the fuel pressure, it should be around 60-psi.


If equipped with a mechanical fuel pump, remove the fuel line to the carburetor and connect a fuel gauge to the fuel pump.

This should yield a low pressure, under 20-psi when the engine is cranked over.


Check the mechanical fuel pump by placing a fuel line into a gas can and attach the other end to the intake of the fuel pump.

Crank the engine and check for fuel at the carburetor.


The engine may start with fuel from a remote source such as a fuel can.

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4. Vacuum line to fuel valve clogged, cracked, pinched, bent, broken, or missing*
5. Faulty vacuum line switch/relay
6. Petcock clogged or diaphragm cracked, cut or torn*
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7. Vacuum lines to the mechanical fuel pump clogged, cracked, pinched, bent, broken or missing*
8. Faulty electric fuel pump and or wiring*
9. Fuel line from the fuel pump to the carburetor clogged, cracked, pinched, bent, broken, or missing*
10. Carburetor inlet fitting clogged.
11. Carburetor float and or needle and seat stuck.
12. Carburetor overflow line clogged, pinched, or bent.
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