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Fuel tank vent. Loosen tank cap and see if problem goes away.
Failing ignition module. Check for spark at time of failure.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2020
Testimonial: ". I have replaced starter, carburetor with fuel solenoid, new Coil, fuel filter with arrow pointing towards the motor, new gas lines, new spark plug, gas tank with new breather attached, replaced oil filter and changed oil. New air filter. Not sure but think the kill switch wire from coil gets too hot lying on motor and shuts me down. Or fuel stops getting to carb"
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