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Motor idles but cuts out when throttle is increased or when load is placed on motor. Motor has new spark plug, coil and condenser.

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Hi and welcome to Fixya, I am Kelly.
Remove the float bowl... clean out the debris and make sure to use carb cleaner on the main fuel jet orifice. Also pull off the fuel supply hose from the fuel tank where it connects to the carb fuel manifold fitting. Fuel should flow rapidly though this hose. If not start searching for a fuel filter and inspect the fuel tank outlet port for debris.

This is a very generic response, If you want specific how to information I need your engine BRAND and model number in your next repsonse.

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this is the throttle position sensor below check engine light will be on
26381095-lw30xb3gqn3gwqtvkpmbzy1k-1-2.jpg there is also the possibility of really warn spark plugs that are way out of gap and the engine can only run under light rpm load and when rpms increase the spark plug electrode gap is to far out and the heat from the plug firing inside the head is making expand even more and thus no spark plugs firing and no rpm increase and engine dies look at the plugs first and check the gap then go further as described above good luck Stephen

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