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Re: 706 gas engine not getting enough gas to pull

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David Truesdale

08-18-2014 18:13:19

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Thanks to all of you who gave advice. I ran about 1and 1/2 gal. gas out at the car. It ran out good from start to finish. Took car. off and went through it with the tip cleaners, blew all holes out, cleaned it and put it back on. It ran about 10% better but still will not pull anything. when I switch it off gas runs out the bottom of the car. until I turn off the gas. I will see about getting new float this week. Thanks again for all input on this.

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Loren in MN

08-19-2014 19:29:10

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 Re: 706 gas engine not getting enough gas to pull in reply to David Truesdale, 08-18-2014 18:13:19  
Does it have a fuel shut off seleniod on the side of the carb? When they go bad, you'll have the same problems -Fuel to the carb but not into the bowl. May run only with the choke on, I've bought my 756 gas with this same trouble. Finally wouldn't run by using the choke anymore, that's when I found the problem. Previous owner thought it had a plugged fuel tank.
Let us know what you find! Goodluck!

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