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Gas leaking Kawasaki


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04-07-13, 06:18 PM   #1  
Gas leaking Kawasaki

I have a John Deere lawn tractor with a Kawasaki FC420V 14 h.p. engine. I parked it in the shed last fall and pulled it out today to get it ready for the mowing season. I did not use a fuel stabilizer this year. It started right up but.... while the engine is running gasoline is spurting out of a hole on the side of the carburetor. It is a small hole maybe 1/8" in diameter just behind the fuel inlet. The hole is part of the casting of the carburetor..... can someone advise me on a fix????

 
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04-07-13, 06:44 PM   #2  
You'll need to take the bowl off the carb and clean the needle and seat. It's not shutting the gas off when the bowl is full.


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