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Old 03-22-2010, 09:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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engine was running a little rough. noticed carb was loose tightened the two loose nuts now it whines loud and will not idle.i am cant figure it out.if i loosen the nuts it stops.but they need to be tight.whwt should i do?
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It sounds like a vaccume leak. Get a new gasket and remount. You might be able to put a little RTV on the old gasket and try.
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Also check the idle mixture screw at the base of the carb, if it's open too far, it can whine at you and show the same symptoms as a vacuum leak.
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