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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no fuel gettin to the spark plug
There should not be fuel on the spark plug anyway, if the plugs are firing the fuel would burn off them.
Regardless, if you suspect the fuel line is blocked simply remove the fuel line either from the petcock or carburator and blow in it to see if there is any blockage.
1) is there fuel in the tank?
2) is the fuel filter plugged?
3)is the petcock in the ON or RES position?
There should be a screen on top of the petcock that could get plugged up with debris from inside your gas tank. Drain the fuel from the tank and remove the petcock to clean the screen.
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Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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