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Old 06-19-2013, 08:58 AM
BleedingGreen BleedingGreen is online now
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Dboyd351- typically no. The fuel solenoid does not create a 100% seal. You would think it does due to it's name and purpose but typically the main jet also has other ways(slots, holes, etc.) of allowing fuel to continue to flow, usually beacause of gravity I.e. fuel tanks, lines, etc. that are higher than the carb. Even faulty fuel shutoffs. So if you have a needle and/or seat problem, while slow will still allow your condition to occur.
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