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What could cause a mist of gas to come out of the top of the carburetor?

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2007-01-29 21:12:37
2007-01-29 21:12:37

Hey Mike==This can be caused by several things depending on what car and what engine you have. It can POSSIBLY be caused by the timing chain or belt jumped or sometimes the timing being slow can cause it. GoodluckJoe I have a 91 caprice 305 in its doin the same thing. Its sprayin from the throttle body all over the engine causing it to flood

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