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I have a hole in the top of the carburetor. Is there a way to replace that without replacing the entire carb?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the float has absorbed gasoline and can't ftoat anymore. This causes the fuel to not be shut off when float bowl is full causing the carb to flood. You will have to buy a carb kit and a float and rebuild the carb. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Yes, remove all of the spark plugs, and test each cylinder individually. This will tell if the gasket has sealed properly. Once you get the engine running, do this again to see if it can hold combustion pressures.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
You may need to go to the Part store and looking a glue or some kind of hole sealing kit or ask an employee at the back to see what they would suggest to seal it up. k hope that helps
Posted on May 10, 2009
Car 1994 Suzuki Vitara (Sidekick), 3 door, carburetor, petrol.
I need a hose diagram for the carburetor. The person who owned it before made a mess of the system so its not throttling steadily. Hoses are blocked off and I suspect hoses re routed.
Help me please!
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
I find this vacuum diagrams for 1986 Chevrolet Truck G30 1 ton Van 5.7L 4BL 8cyl (click over pic for zoom)...
Fig. 136: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with automatic transmission (G10, 20 and 30 models)
Fig. 137: 1986 5.0L and 5.7L engines-California with automatic transmission (G10, 20 and 30 models)
Fig. 138: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with manual transmission (G30 heavy duty models)
Fig. 139: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with automatic transmission (G30 heavy duty models)
Fig. 140: 1986 5.7L engine-California with manual transmission (G30 heavy duty models)
Fig. 141: 1986 5.7L engine-California with automatic transmission G30 (heavy duty models)
Hope this helps; keep us updated.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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