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Why would no fuel be getting to the carburetor?

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2004-03-26 16:37:18
2004-03-26 16:37:18

Could be any of these: Bad fuel pump, blown fuse or broken wire (if you have an electric pump), dirty fuel filter, blocked fuel line, fuel line leaking, no gas in the tank.

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