M37 Still Won’t Start – Not Sure What To Look At Next


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I reread your post. Check that there is not sediment in the bottom of the carburetor bowl. After some driving, sediment that has settled can block a jet from being agitated.

The same thing applies to the fuel intake inside the tank. A piece of electrical tape or something might be getting sucked up after some driving. Park and it floats away - rinse and repeat. The glass sediment bowl might not show as empty if this is happening.

Next time it quits, remove the fuel line at the carb and crank the motor. See if fuel spurts out.

If not, squirt a little ether down the throat and see if it kicks. If it does it is not an ignition problem.
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