Question about Mtd Troy-Bilt Bronco OHV Tiller
Leaking gas through the air filter ports can only mean excessive gas flow from the carburator. Try adjusting the flow screws on the carburator bowl. Check all gaskets, seals, etc. and happy tilling!
Posted on May 06, 2010
I have this exact problem also. I have found, in my situation, that the float bowl has developed a pinhole in it, allowing it to fill partially with gas. Simply put, bowl gets heavy doesn't float, gas doesn't get shut off and gas comes out of the air filter. My problem developed because I normallly run all gas out of tank before I store it for the winter. The brass float came in contact with the aluminum bowl housing and badda bing badda boom, electrolysis in action! I was able to repair the bowl housing with some 2-part epoxy, but I will have to replace the brass float.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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