Date registered: May 2006
Vehicle: U1450L DOKA
Location: BOZEMAN, MONTANA
Mentioned: 3 Post(s)
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A problem that I have heard of is a pinhole leak in the fuel tank take-up tube, but if you are working with a full tank, that should not be the problem.
I agree with BloodyGerman - the Primer pump can pull air into the system, which is hard to detect. They are not expensive - I'd get a new one ordered, and at least eliminate that as a possibility.
The fuel tank venting issue, mentioned by photobldr is a good tip.
I have some kind of micro mud wasp around here, and any small round hole outside will often find itself neatly sealed up
with a flush mud plug. Very neat job, no smears, no drips, just a plug.
The ground terminal hole in a wall receptacle, idle jet wells on a dirtbike carburetor , you name it, the little mud masons are attracted to any dark hole that is about 3/16ths or less....You'd think that with a whole forest of nooks and holes in the tree bark all around here for days, they wouldn't bother with manmade holes...but Noooo...
Last edited by TRUKTOR; 05-23-2019 at 12:15 PM.