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    hey, when i look at my fuel lines i see alot of little air bubbles in them and when i go to start my ped it doesnt start. Are the air bubbles in the lines the reason my ped is not starting? And how do i get rid of the air bubbles?? thanks

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    the bubbles are supost to be there, its like that on mine to. there shouldent be alot of bubbles in the lines, if there is its beause your out of gas or your fuel filter is clauged. if it dosent start it could be because your priming it to much, you shouldent prime it more than 10 times.
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    • #3
      Incorrect. Priming your carb does not shoot gas into the motor so you could have a ball doing it all you want. There really should not be any bubbles in the "in" line once you prime it a few times. If there is, you have a leak. Don't worry about the yellow 'out" line.
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      • #4
        a gasket leak?

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        • #5
          sry about that i guess i was wrong! i always thought that if you primed it to much you could flood the engine. on my goped there are always about 3 little bubbles in the line.
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