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Old 10-13-2017, 07:16 PM
Ken Rockwell Ken Rockwell is offline
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Try disconnecting the fuel line and draining the float. Then try cranking the engine with the plugs out. Install the clean plugs but, instead of hooking up the fuel, simply use a spray bottle with a little gas. This will allow you to fiddle around without constantly flooding the engine. Also it will guarantee good fresh gas. Don't forget to disconnect power to the pump.
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