Table 5-3. Direct and General Support Maintenance Troubleshooting (Continued)
TEST OR INSPECTION
ENGINE DOES NOT START BUT TURNS OVER (Continued)
If the valve can be repaired, repair it and return it to the tank. Go to Step 9e.
If the valve cannot be repaired, replace it and go to Step 9d.
c. Check the fuel line.
If the fuel line is ok, return it to the valve and carburetor. Go to Step 10.
If the fuel line is plugged, unplug it and return it to the valve and carburetor. Go to Step 9d.
If the fuel line is cut or cracked or damaged, replace it and go to Step 9d.
d. Start the engine.
If the engine starts, the problem is solved.
If the engine does not start, go to Step 10.
Step 10. Check the carburetor.
Figure 5-42. Carburetor Needle Valve Removal
BE CAREFUL not to use force when turning the needle valves in and out. Force can damage the