Originally Posted by STANIMAL
I have an old Zuma that was sitting for five years. I went through the carb , replaced the pilot , needle and float . Also replaced the vacuum operated petcock . It starts and idles for a few moments , then dies , as if the bowl is running out of fuel .
Does the air filter assembly need to be mounted ? I know some engines need it in place to run right . I have been in side the carb several times . All the orifices seem to be clean and flowing air . Any thoughts ?
I dont know the zuma specifically, but a lot of these vacuum operated fuel pumps need vacuum...check to see how your fuel pump operates..Just a shot in the dark
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