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The choke pull off on the can be located either on the back half – on top of the carburetor ubjias the same as the Gasoline and air travel through many small passageways inside the carburetor. Over time these passageways may become blocked with dirt or residue from evaporated gas if the car has been sitting for an extended period. The result is poor operation and decreased gas mileage. Rebuilding the carb entails taking it apart, soaking it in carb cleaner, blowing out all of the passages with compressed air, reassembly, installation and adjustments.
Catallgo few small parts are also replaced during reassembly along with bunias of the gaskets. On this particular carburetor the numbers were in two places. Another thing to check for if this is a carburetor you picked up, it is a 1.
Try moving the throttle lever side ways and up and down. If there is a lot of play, you might need to look for another carburetor. I have only seen this on two carburetors. Step 2 – Dismantle The Carburetor. Remove Choke Lever and remove it from the rod. Remove the choke black plastic piece by removing the three screws and clamp Choke housing removed. The next step is an option, there is a small gasket behind the choke housing.
To get to it, you will have to remove the three screws the holds the housing to the carburetor. This can be a big mess when putting back together.
Just tighten the three screws after cleaning. Remove the two screws that holds the choke pull off to the carburetor Remove the C-Clip that the choke pull off rod to the choke pull off. Remove the vacuum line and remove the unit from the carburetor. This would be a good time to make sure the unit is good. Wipe the end of the vacuum line and use your suction to see if the unit pulls in. If it does not pull in, replace the unit. Remove the accelerator rod.
Take not of which of the holes it was removed from. Usually the manual states on ait should go into the third hole 1st hole is the bottom. The one in the picture is in the wrong hole. On the front of the carb remove the 4 screws for the accelerator pump. Inside the pump there should be a diaphragm type element and a spring.
There is also a rubber plug attached to the base of the carb remove later. Now remove the top by removing the top screws. Sometimes there can be 4 or six screws. You also have to remove the thread rod that goes through the center of the carb that the wing nut screw on to hold down the air cleaner. Pull top straight off. You might have to tap it a few times to break it loose. You will note in this picture that the top gasket is destroyed. Go ahead and try and match up the new gasket with what is left of the old.
Be sure that all the holes match. Remove the carb internals starting with the float.
The rod that holds the float is secured by the wire clip that runs behind the needle seat. Use a pair of long nose pliers to remove the wire clip and the rod with the float can then be removed. Remove the seat and gasket assembly and the two jets. It is best to use a BIG screwdriver when removing these parts. They are round and slotted. They’re made of brass and the slotted portions strip easily. Again, using the biggest screwdriver you can find to maximize torque and minimize the chances of the blade slipping from the slot.
Now carefully remove the rubber plus that was behind the accelerator pump and sticks into the float bowel. It you can remove this without catwlogo, it is a big bonus unless it is rotted or tore. If it comes out ok, dip it into some oil and keep in your tool box incase you need it in the future.
I believe to get this rubber plug, you bkjias to buy a new carburetor kit. Also keep and gaskets that looks good.
Parts you just removed from the inside the carburetor. Remove large screw and remove the venturi cluster assembly, weight and discharge check ball. You might have to turn the carburetor over and tap it a few times for the check ball to fall out. The inside of the bowel after everything is removed. Some people note how many turns it takes to remove them such that they can be put back at the same position when the carburetor is reassembled.
I would do this as a backup measure in case there is difficulty setting the idle mixture per the shop manual method. Also remove the 4 screws that hold the power valve cover.
I do make sure the plates are open when I soak the carburetor to ensure the cleaner works into the passages near where the plates sit when they’re closed. The metal container is so small, I have no ideal what carburetor would fit in it. I went to Lowes and bought a 2 gallon plastic bucket and poured the cleaner into it. The cleaner has been in this plastic bucket for about a month now and has not leaked or soften up.
You can pour the cleaner back into the metal container when finish. This is up to you and I take no responsibility for any messes if your bucket decided to leak. All plastic pieces, choke, float, pull off valve, power valve, and gaskets should not be soaked.
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Makes sure the throttle plates are open to let the cleaner get into the passageways in the barrels. You really only need to soak the main body of the carb, top, venturi cluster and choke housing and all bolts and screws everything in the picture that has a square around it should be soaked along with the main body.
Arrange the parts such that this happens. Keep this in mind when looking for a bucket as buckets that are too wide may not result in not enough depth when the carburetor cleaner is poured in. Wear rubber gloves when dealing with the carburetor cleaner.