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|ED||My JD 1010 has set for about 5 years in a garage. Replaced points, wires, plugs, cap, rotor, battery. Dumped the gas, replaced with new. When I crank it, gas drips out of the front of the engine -- close to the radiator. Gas never gets to cylinders -- even after "priming" the cylinders before trying to start. What is going on with this drip? Thanks for any help.
|Johnny||Had this problem once with an international m that sat a few years. It sounds funny but the problem was a mouse nest where the intake meets the head. the only way to find it it to pull the intake.