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Re: 70 LP Primer Button

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11-05-2012 19:04:42

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My 70 has primer button on dash and on the M-4 century regulator. Wire goes from key switch to the primer button then goes to century regulator. Then a wire from key switch to century fuel shut off/strainer. Mine has a button on regulator also that goes in and out when you hit the button on dash. What model regulator do you have?

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Hugh McKinney

11-06-2012 08:00:54

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 Re: 70 LP Primer Button in reply to jmducks1, 11-05-2012 19:04:42  
It's an M4 also. I do have the fuel shut off that works off of the ignition switch, but I guess that this one doesn't need the primer? If you have had problems rebuilding your M4, I finally got mine right, let me know if you need help with that. Thanks, Hugh

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11-06-2012 18:30:46

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 Re: 70 LP Primer Button in reply to Hugh McKinney, 11-06-2012 08:00:54  
just took mine apart tonight and it was full of some kind of bugs. I do have a rebuild kit so i am going to attempt this. I may need your phone #. If it always starts i wouldnt worry about it. How does it start?

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Hugh McKinney

11-07-2012 19:25:15

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 Re: 70 LP Primer Button in reply to jmducks1, 11-06-2012 18:30:46  
Call me at 318-465-0797. It starts now, real quick even on cold mornings, without any primer aparatus. I have found that the main thing is repairing any damage on the high pressure LPG/engine coolant side, due to corrosion of the aluminum. Lots of sanding on top of a counter top and judicious use of JB Weld did the trick. Hugh

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