OK I straightened up the metering arm and replaced the o ring on the back of the motor lengthened the return fuel line so it's in the gas. Still no change. I think It's just not geting enough fuel to keep running. It must have an air leak some where, I just can't find it. I can't really keep it running long enough to spray the engine and see if it revs up any. Any other places to look for leaks besides mentioned above? Any other ideas guys? I know it's not really worth fixing, but I would like to get it going. It's got to be something simple that is causing this.
Last edited by junkyarddoggie; 08-28-2007 at 11:36 AM.