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'53 MHF202 Fuel Problem

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bwatson

07-03-2001 07:40:05
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Think the problem is with fuel system somewhere. idle's and runs fine for a few minutes than just dies like out of fuel wait a couple minutes starts right up runs for a minute than dies again. Fuel is gravity fed I've taken the bowl assembly completely offand drained tank and cleaned the screen that is inserted in the tank that made it run alittle longer before stopping. Also put a new fuel line on between the bowl and the carberator. Any ideas?

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Alan

07-03-2001 14:44:06
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 Re: '53 MHF202 Fuel Problem in reply to bwatson, 07-03-2001 07:40:05  
You might check for dirt in the needle valve.
Also, most of the carbs we've cleaned out have had
several "passages" blocked to the point you had to
poke thru with a small small wire to find the
other end of the hole.
Good Luck - ALAN



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Alan

07-03-2001 14:43:45
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 Re: '53 MHF202 Fuel Problem in reply to bwatson, 07-03-2001 07:40:05  
You might check for dirt in the needle valve.
Also, most of the carbs we've cleaned out have had
several "passages" blocked to the point you had to
poke thru with a small small wire to find the
other end of the hole.
Good Luck - ALAN



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bwatson

07-04-2001 07:14:05
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 Re: Re: '53 MHF202 Fuel Problem in reply to Alan, 07-03-2001 14:43:45  
After removing the fuel filter and shut off valve off the tank for the third time I found the hole in the bottom completely packed with debrie. Stuck it with wire now it runs like a top. Thanks for the reply.



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