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Old 08-10-2007, 07:43 AM   #1
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Default XTM out of fuel?

I have a XTM 2 thats has been running fine, but yesterday while running in the backyard, it would stop running by itself. the tank was still half full, I go back and top off, and the same thing, 3 times it did this, the day befor it ran fine. so I did notice that the fuel lines were dry when it would stop, so I check for restricitions, by disconnecting the line for the exhaust and carb, blew throughthe exhaust, and fuel came out, checked to make sure no kinks in the lines and made sure good seals and its OK, any suggetsions?
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That is usually a sign the tank lid is not sealing, or the pickup in the tank getting messed up somehow.
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