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bcsman

1998 Honda Foreman 450ES Fuel drip

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Noticed fuel is dripping from the primer button on the carb.  It seems to work as is spring loaded and pushes in and releases.  Is there a gasket or something I can replace?  It should quit if I shut the fuel off with the switch...looks like it did. 

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Yes thanks, I did check and found like items that you posted.  Doesn't look like much to change, think I can even do it..lol

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Easy fix.The Honda kit has more parts,that you really do not need,and costs 55 bucks or more.

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