Question about 1994 Nissan Pickup
Cannot reach leak under carb.
You have to take the carburator off. Be sure to notice how you removed it. Make some marks to reinstall it properly.Pieces of masking tape with numbers or letters on the hoses and the place they go to are a good way.Check the gasket under the carburator. A good way to check when the truck is running is to spray the area with startng fluid.if the engine goes out the gasket is bad. Remove the whole gasket to the metal and replace it if nessesary.
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