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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
recheck float level as well as needle and seat for sticking and or damage, just crack line to bleed air , and eventually it self bleeds anyway... also unless you replaced with new floats check float weight with a float scale to see if floats are saturated or have fuel inside making the heavy and inaccurate ...
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
SOURCE: vro pump on a 92 johnson 150hp
If you are having problems with the VRO then I would just remove or disable it and mix your own fuel. It is cheaper and there have been alot of problems with those going out while the engine is running and then they sieze their engine because of the faulty VRO. Mix your fuel 50:1 and you will be able to run all day!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
have you checked to see if you have a bad came or lifter. that would make it backfire. if it kind of spits fuel it maybe cam. if it throws fire than it could be timing like a bad chain.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
SOUND LIKE STOP UP FUEL LINE.OR SOCK IN FUEL TANK STOPPED UP WITH RUST AND DEBRIS.YOU COULD HAVE A WORN FUEL PUMP PUSH ROD OR CAM SHAFT LOBE WORN WHICH DRIVES THE FUEL PUMP PUSH ROD.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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