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Fuel out air intake

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swhockett

08-12-2017 05:53:16




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Putting things back together after several months doing a valve job. When I opened the fuel line gas began leaking around the air intake hose. I haven't done any work on the carb but am assuming the float is stuck allowing the bowl to overfill? Appreciate some advice.




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maxwell99

08-12-2017 09:16:33




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 Re: Fuel out air intake in reply to swhockett, 08-12-2017 05:53:16  
The carb leaks on my tractor sometimes, but the tractor runs great,
So I just be sure to cutoff the fuel each time I stop the tractor for any length of time, yes it can be a pain, but rebuilding the carb is no guarantee you will stop the carb from leaking and tractor might not run as well, as it does now,

Also I added an metal inline fuel filter between the cut off and carburetor, that stopped more of my fuel related problems then anything else I have done,

However my carb does not leak fuel as soon as I open the fuel cutoff, that problem must be fixed,

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JMOR

08-12-2017 06:37:20




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 Re: Fuel out air intake in reply to swhockett, 08-12-2017 05:53:16  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSometimes, a sharp wrap to carb with a wood or plastic tool handle will free it up & stop that flow. Otherwise remove bowl to access needle/seat/float. If real careful you can save gasket for re-use.



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swhockett

08-12-2017 06:51:47




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 Re: Fuel out air intake in reply to JMOR, 08-12-2017 06:37:20  
Thanks for help!



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David G

08-12-2017 05:57:38




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 Re: Fuel out air intake in reply to swhockett, 08-12-2017 05:53:16  
I would agree, float stuck or junk in needle / seat.



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swhockett

08-12-2017 06:22:42




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 Re: Fuel out air intake in reply to David G, 08-12-2017 05:57:38  
Am I going to need to disassemble the carb completely or after fuel sits do floats become lubricated and start working. I don't have a carb rebuild kit on hand.



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