How can I keep my Honda Ruckus running continuously?

by Daniel
(St. Augustine, FL)

I've got a Honda Ruckus 2009. It will start but die out after a few seconds. I have a new battery and I have cleaned the carburetor but it just won't stay running.

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Fuel Pump
by: Jim Zeiser

If I'm not mistaken Ruckuses have a fuel pump. I would check that it's pumping by taking off the fuel line and cranking the engine to see if fuel squirts. I would also squirt starting fluid into the carburetor and see if it keeps running while you do that. That will eliminate electrical problems.

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