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-Dwight Coleman there are usually only a few possibilities if it only runs with the choke. One cause could be an air leak on the carb, head gasket, crankshaft seal. The other could be a clogged low speed and idle circuit. Since you just got the engine done I would double check the carburetor. You do want to make sure that it is set right and that it is clean.
+Dwight Coleman there are usually only a few possibilities if it only runs with the choke. One cause could be an air leak on the carb, head gasket, crankshaft seal. The other could be a clogged low speed and idle circuit. Since you just got the engine done I would double check the carburetor. You do want to make sure that it is set right and that it is clean. Check everything properly again and check for airleaks....

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-Dwight Coleman there are usually only a few possibilities if it only runs with the choke. One cause could be an air leak on the carb, head gasket, crankshaft seal. The other could be a clogged low speed and idle circuit. Since you just got the engine done I would double check the carburetor. You do want to make sure that you clean it as well.
+Dwight Coleman there are usually only a few possibilities if it only runs with the choke. One cause could be an air leak on the carb, head gasket, crankshaft seal. The other could be a clogged low speed and idle circuit. Since you just got the engine done I would double check the carburetor. You do want to make sure that it is set right and that it is clean.

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Dwight Coleman there are usually only a few possibilities if it only runs with the choke. One cause could be an air leak on the carb, head gasket, crankshaft seal. The other could be a  clogged low speed and idle circuit. Since you just got the engine done I would double check the carburetor. You do want to make sure that you clean it as well.

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