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In Reply to: 47 Ford 2N posted by Todd on Friday, March 14, 2014:
It could be as simple as you are flooding it, or something is haywire with the electronic ign. When it will not start, do you have a good strong blueish spark? If it has spark is it getting fuel thru the carb? check by removing drain in bottom and measuring the amount you get. Should fill a pint jar in two to three minutes.
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