Question about 1990 Toyota Pickup
There is fuel in the lines but the carborator seems to be sucking in air and not getting gas and hesitates
CLEAN THE JETS. Run the carburetor out of fuel, then remove it from the intake. Remove the fuel bowl and inspect. If there is debris and varnish you will need to soak the carburetor in acid to clean it. Rebuild it if you truly need to. Save all gaskets if possible. Clean of of the jets, remove them individually and clean the orifices. Connect transparent tygon fuel line to the existing fuel line. The remaining fuel needs to be removed. Do what it takes to evacuate all of the fuel from the tank. Use only fresh 93 octane fuel for carbureted engines. reinstall rebuilt carburetor using a new intake gasket if necessary. fill carburetor with fresh fuel and crank it over. Allow engine to warm up, adjusting idle and low speed adjustment screws. With engine completely warmed up test drive and adjust as necessary.
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
If you have fuel in line make sura how is your fuel filter, if the fuel fiter geting fuel from the fuel pump then and no fuel coming into carburator remove the head part of the caburator some scerws on then taked out you will see foult chamber remove the flout chamber careful needle valve coming out then take screw driver remove needle holder then you will see filter which is blocked fuel to inter the caburator.
1- you need kit of caburator parts you can get new filter.
change all gaskets top and poton of the caburator.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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