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|Derek||My sister accidentally poured diesel fuel into the gas tank from a old gas can. I replaced the fuel line, fuel filter, cleaned the gas tank out and had the carburetor cleaned out at our local hardware store. It currently won't start. Right now I can tell that the problem is that the fuel is not making its way through the fuel line to the carburetor. Is there any other fix besides checking where there may not be a tight seal from the gas tank to the carburetor?
|ross||When you remove the fuel line from the carburetor does fuel come out? Is fuel getting to the filter? Take the line off of the fuel pump and put some air pressure in the tank and see if fuel will come out of the line. Hook your lines back up then take the line off of the carb and turn the engine over. It should be spraying out of the line when you turn the engine over.