It is usually a bad gasket and the carb needs rebuilt.
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A carburetor regulates the flow of the air/gas mixture into the pistons of a gas engine. They aren't found on cars any longer but do still come into use for smaller gas engines.
Its probably the accelerator pump in your carburetor.
I need the information where to connect the Hydrogen Gas to the carburetor on what side
Look at the carburetor, there is two linkages that come out of both sides of the carb and connect to a small plastic looking piece. If one of those is not connected itll cause your car to die when you give it gas. I had that problem on my 66
Having water in the gas tank will work its way up to the carburetor.
Gas is not getting into the carburetor because no Saturn made ever had one.
Yes, injected engines do not use a traditional carburetor. EFI gas engines do not have a carburetor, and diesel engines do not use a carburetor.
Inside the carburetor, where the gas line connects.
On cars with a carburetor you must press on the gas pedal to activate the choke, cars with fuel injection do not have a choke so this is not necessary.
More than likely it is a gas problem. Either the filter is clogged, the gas tank has something in the bottom clogging the outlet, you are out of gas, the carburetor is gummed up or if it is a riding mower it might be the solenoid on the bottom of the carburetor is not working properly. If you haven't used it in a while the chances are it is in the carburetor itself. You can verify it is a gas problem by spraying some carburetor cleaner into the carburetor while it is trying to die and see if it continues to run on the cleaner.
run the engine out of gas!
under the gas tank
Float may be sticking or have a hole in it.
This is typically caused by a stuck or faulty float valve in the carburetor. Usually a good carburetor cleaning will take care of it. At the worst you will need to replace the carburetor.
The location of the fuel line depends on where the carburetor is mounted. If the carb is mounted directly on top of the fuel tank, the fuel "line" is the pickup tube that extends from the carburetor into the tank. The carburetor will have to be removed to get to the pickup tube. If the carb is mounted away from the fuel tank, the fuel line will come from the tank.
your float is stuck in the carburetor. Clean it with carb cleaner.
A Briggs and Stratton L head twin engine wills pit gas out of the carburetor and flood out when starting if the diaphragm has been damaged. This will cause excessive fuel to enter the carburetor.
Clean out the carburetor with gas, the reason it wont keep running is its not getting enough gas through the carburetor.
I have no idea why your carburetor leaks gas. For starters, I have no idea what type of engine you have. If it is a car, it is an old one since you do not have fuel injection. Maybe you should clean the grease and grime that has built up over the last 20 years off your carburetor and engine. Next, take a wrench, not a pair of pliers, and tighten the connections. They may have come loose. Now start your engine and try to see if you can tell where the gas might be leaking. Take the air filter off your carburetor. If it was not a loose connection and is not a leaking tube that you can replace then you have done all you can do and need to take it to a regular mechanic.
Typically this is caused by a dirty carburetor causing gas to leak through and into the crankcase.
It's possible if you have a carburetor with a float that it's either stuck open or damaged.