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Old 30 Jun 2013, 09:03 pm
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Default 2002 honda rancher want to drain carb and get 6 year old gas out of carb siphoned tank looked

like brown varni?
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Old 30 Jun 2013, 09:17 pm
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IF you can reach the carb, there should be a wire spring under the bowl, pop that loose and the bowl falls out, make sure the gasket comes out complete and un nicked or replace it. Spray a little silicone around the float system. Replace the bowl and spring, add carb injector cleaner and gas.
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