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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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no gas flow gas

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Constance Barnette

01-14-2014 10:55:52
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Help! I am trying to revive my 9N that has been setting for about three years. New battery, new plugs, new gas, new fuel bowl & fb gasket. When I crank the motor the gas is not flowing to the carb. I have turned on the gas and the fuel bowl is full but gas is not going through to the copper gas tube to the carb. How do I fix this problem? Any help will be greatly appreciated.




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Colin King

01-15-2014 15:40:08
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Constance Barnette, 01-14-2014 10:55:52  
I have seen situations where the fuel flow will stop if the sediment bowl is over tightened. I don't know why, and I probably should...but maybe this will help.

I doubt you have a copper fuel line, unless you installed it yourself. Copper will not last long.

Post back with your results.

Colin, MN



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Royse

01-14-2014 16:01:04
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Constance Barnette, 01-14-2014 10:55:52  
Not much to add to the good advice you already got, except
that the line going to the carb should not be copper.

Copper will crack with vibration. It should be steel.

Standard 1/4 inch steel brake line works great and has the right

fittings on it. If your local auto parts store sells it in 30 inch
lengths like most do you won't even need to cut it.
Just bend it, attach it and go. Cheap and easy peace of mind.

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howdy1960

01-15-2014 15:31:43
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Royse, 01-14-2014 16:01:04  
As Royce said the copper line will crack and I attest to it. I have the steel line awaiting me getting a 'roundtuit' (I know I have one here someplace)



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soundguy

01-14-2014 16:49:40
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Royse, 01-14-2014 16:01:04  
yup.. and bender form harbor freight is 3.99!



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soundguy

01-14-2014 13:17:30
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Constance Barnette, 01-14-2014 10:55:52  
pull drain to carb.. anything. if not check the filters these guys mentioned.



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old

01-14-2014 11:20:04
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Constance Barnette, 01-14-2014 10:55:52  
Take the line off the carb. Turn on the gas. If you have flow there turn the gas off and remove the elbow in the carb and make sure it is not clogged up. It should have a screen filter which commonly clogs and causes problems. If it is not clogged then pull the carb drain plug and make sure you have a steady flow of gas out of that. If no gas good chance the float is stuck closed and the carb will need to be opened up and probably rebuilt

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HCooke

01-14-2014 11:02:25
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 Re: no gas flow gas in reply to Constance Barnette, 01-14-2014 10:55:52  
There are three filters, one is in the carb elbow. Disconnect the fuel line there and see if you have gas flow. If so your blockage is in the elbow filter. If still no flow check the two filters in the valve at the tank.

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