Your pocket rocket is leaking gas because your fuel line is not switched off or you need to clean your carburetor you might need a new one.
The float is probably stuck open.
1. drive it until you are out of fuel. it will quit leaking. 2. rebuild the carburetor. 3. replace the carburetor 4. identify the reason that it is leaking and then ask another question.
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your float is stuck in the carburetor. Clean it with carb cleaner.
Carburetor needle valve probably leaking while engine is not running causing gas to run down the cylinders into the crankcase.
The float could be stuck open in the carburetor, causing the leak. The carburetor leak needs to be fixed, this could be all of the problems, it also causes a fire hazard.
Busted diaphragm in the fuel pump. Replace the fuel pump to solve this problem. Can also be a carburetor problem such as a leaking needle valve and seat or a pinhole in the carburetor float. This would require disassembly and rebuilding the carburetor.
A leaking head gasket could cause this.
The float valve in the carburetor is not working properly. You will need to remove the carburetor and clean it or replace it.
I have no idea why your carburetor leaks gas. For starters, I have no idea what type of engine you have. If it is a car, it is an old one since you do not have fuel injection. Maybe you should clean the grease and grime that has built up over the last 20 years off your carburetor and engine. Next, take a wrench, not a pair of pliers, and tighten the connections. They may have come loose. Now start your engine and try to see if you can tell where the gas might be leaking. Take the air filter off your carburetor. If it was not a loose connection and is not a leaking tube that you can replace then you have done all you can do and need to take it to a regular mechanic.
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Needs carburetor checked and premium octane gas this will solve the problem!!
If it's coming out the overflow pipe, then it's likely to be a sticking float.
Needs a tune up you are burning too rich, too much gas in the carburetor.
Could be head gasket leaking
You have to be more precise - where on the carburetor is the gas leaking from? The fuel line on the late model CV carburators enters from the bottom left as you face the carburetor and you could have a leak there, particularly if an aftermarket clamp replaces the original. If its leaking out the front - into the air filter system, then you might want to check the float level and likely replace the float valve. I'll be quite honest with you, with the late model carburators is is less expensive to buy a good used one on E-Bay than it is to repair one in most cases - there are lots of them and they are very inexpensive despite being one of the best CV carburators on the market.
Your float is stuck, a quick fix is tapping on the float bowl with a wrench or the handle of a screwdriver, but you need to tear your carb down and give it a good cleaning.
You can stop a leaking gas tank, by making a paste of soap on the hole of the gas tank.
oil leaking out of the muffer and the air filter oil leaking out of the muffer and the air filter oil leaking out of the muffer and the air filter oil leaking out of the muffer and the air filter
Having water in the gas tank will work its way up to the carburetor.
It depends on why it is leaking.
Gas is not getting into the carburetor because no Saturn made ever had one.
Look at your watch to tell the time. If the gas grill regulator is leaking gas, replace it.