Is your carburetor leaking or pouring fuel out of your carburetor on the air filter side or does it flood into your engine oil making the oil smell like gasoline? No matter what side it’s leaking from, it’s the same repair. Watch now to see how to easily stop your snow blower or snow thrower carb from leaking fuel.
This applies to almost all 4 stroke 4 cycle engines, with the float bowl on the bottom, on snow blowers, riding lawn mowers, walk behind lawn mowers, water pumps, generators, general purpose engines, etc.
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Learn how to properly fix or repair your own outdoor power equipment if it won’t start, bogs out, won’t rev up, chain or blade is dull and doesn’t cut good, needs sharpened, or simply just runs poorly.
Simple and basic, do it yourself (DIY) tutorials to help you with your broken lawn and garden equipment.
I do my best to teach you how I easily diagnose problems the fastest, quickest and most efficient way.
Whether it be a handheld, two stroke, two cycle engine like chainsaws, weed eaters, string trimmers, grass trimmers, line trimmers, hedge trimmers, strimmers, brush cutters, leaf blowers, or four stroke, four cycle units like lawn mowers, pressure washers, generators, ride on mowers that need parts installed or replaced, I’m your guy.
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