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You stated you tested the float in water. The problem with your testing method is, water is heavier than gasoline. This means the float could be buoyant enough in water, but not in gasoline. I'd suggest your float is bad. In most cases, you have to replace the entire sending unit, which includes the float, not just the float itself.


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Yes you either have a stretched or broken belt or your centripical clutch is bad and needs replaced. The auto clutch setup on fully automatic go carts, small dirt bikea/four-wheelers, and most mopeds use a centrificle clutch system and the small plastic or rubber prices wear down or out over time and makes it see like a manual shit stuck in neutral or in ...


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