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Gasoline Engine Troubleshooting & Maintenance 

START-UP IS HARD

·  Make sure the fuel line is running and there are no air bubbles. Press primer ball to force fuel into the carburetor.

·  Make sure there is no water in the gasoline.

·  Check the spark plug.

·  Check for cogged fuel filter.

·  Check for clogged air filter.

·  If you attempt to start the engine too many times, there may be excess fuel in the cylinder. Remove the spark plug and check the gap, should be 0.30. Clean the spark plug while removed and allow excess fuel to evaporate.

·  Replace the spark plug.

 

ENGINE RUNS, NO HIGH SPEED

·  Check if the choke is open.

·  Check if fuel line is kinked.

·  Recheck carburetor adjustment.

 

ENGINE STARTS, BUT STOPS RUNNING

·  Adjust idle speed screw.

·  Check air box.

·  Check for air in the fuel line.

 

ENGINE RUNS, LACK OF POWER

·  Vent on the fuel tank cover is blocked.

·  Fuel line may have sediment or may be leaking or the fuel filter may be blocked by dirt.

·  Recheck carburetor adjustment.

 

ENGINE WILL NOT RUN AT ALL

·  Make sure you have fuel and spark.

·  Clean and readjust gap the spark plug.

·  Check for blockage in the muffler or fuel line.

·  If you attempt to start the engine too many times, there may be excess fuel in the cylinder. Remove the spark plug and check the gap, should be 0.30. Clean the spark plug and allow excess fuel to evaporate.

 

MAINTENANCE

Proper maintenance is recommended to help prolong the life of the vehicle and to avoid injuries to the operator. Check the stability of the handlebars and rear brake cables to ensure they are reliable before each operation. Brake cables may need adjusted after excessive use. The front tire should be maintained at 22PSI and the rear tires should be properly maintained at 22PSI. Under inflated or over inflated tires result in performance loss, tire wear, or even tire damage. The vehicle should always be kept in a clean condition and may require some cleaning after each use. Always use a clean soft cloth to wipe off any dirt or debris that you may have encountered while riding. Any moisture or rain should be wiped off prior to storage. Avoid operating the vehicle in rain or through water puddles. Avoid storage of the vehicle in moist areas or near corrosive gases, as they will corrode the metal. Proper maintenance will help prolong the life of the vehicle and make your riding experience more enjoyable. Never exceed the weight capacity of the go kart. Never carry a passenger if the vehicle is only designed for one person ride. Excessive weight may damage the vehicle and is very unsafe.


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