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Old 07-28-2003, 01:20 PM   #1
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Will an air leak cause an engine to run hot. My sirio engine was running hot all last weekend no matter how i adjusted it. During the end of the day it was running eraticly.
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Yes it will
from the fuel line , carb , even front bearing on crank
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Thank you i thought so. It was coming from the fuel inlet and the mid range screw. put a new carb on and cleared it up.
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Thank you i thought so. It was coming from the fuel inlet and the mid range screw. put a new carb on and cleared it up.
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Check your exhuast gasket, as well.
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