Quote Originally Posted by Dana Warner
I would spray some starter fluid into the intake at the air filter then try to crank it again. If it fires and dies it is a fuel problem. If it does not fire it is an ignition problem. Flushing the fuel system probably a waste of time but time will tell.
I did try that before I had anyone look at it. I sprayed carb cleaner into the intake, and it would fire up for just a minute, then die.
I've got to get into it, and see whats going on. I think I'll need a special tool to remove the fuel filter, as it has some sort of spring loaded clip coupler.