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|Robert Weaver||I am considering the purchase of a very nice 135 with multipower and power steering. The only problem they say it has (the dealer) is that it will only run with a half closed choke. They say it will cost $250 to $300 to rebuild the carb to fix the problem. Not sure that is a reasonable price when the carb kit is about $20 retail. Any ideas on what might be the problem and could it be caused by something other than the carb? Seems a little high priced for what they say the problem is. Thanks...Bob
|GEEBEE||Thats not an unreasonable price (from a dealers point of view) for a carb rebuild. However i would tell them to fix it and you'll buy it !! Could also be some other kind of blockage in fuel system. I would be more concerned with the good operation of the MP and PS, expensive items to fix.