My Carburetor Is Flooded & Won't Start?

Answer A flooded carburetor occurs when too much gasoline flows into the carburetor and keeps the car from starting. The flooding is actually the result of an air pocket that prevents the adequate amount ... Read More »

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How do you start a flooded lawn mower?

Starting a Flooded Lawn Mower If you are sure it is flooded you could take the spark plug out and wipe it clean with a wire brush. Start over with it out just for a second then put plug back in and... Read More »

How to Start a Flooded Small Engine?

After repeatedly trying to start your small engine without success, you have most likely flooded the engine. When you keep priming and trying to start a small engine, the carburetor will become flo... Read More »

How to Start a Flooded Two-Stroke Engine?

Two-stroke engines are small internal combustion engines that are most commonly found on lawnmowers, chainsaws and weed whackers. They have a single cylinder and run on a mix of gasoline and oil. T... Read More »

Will a remote start work on a car with a carburetor?

Remote car starters are ideally made to use with cars that have fuel-injection engines. Even when following the manufacturer's directions for installing the starter in a car with a carburetor, it's... Read More »