Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
The needle valve and float are stuck inside carburetor. You will have to remove the fuel bowl under carburetor and see if there is something keeping the needle valve from seating. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 96 z 28 wont start
The Alt is okay but the battery won't keep a charge? Replace the battery. At least take it to an auto parts store, and have them do a load test.
Your fuel pump is electric. When you turn the key on it pumps up. After it has developed the needed pressure, it no longer pumps, hence you won't hear it working anymore.
Diagnose your problem going through the various systems. Right now you have a problem with the starting system. It sounds like, from your explanation, that the battery is bad.
If your battery checks out, and then you have the alternator checked out, you have an electrical drain. This may be tough to find.
After you replace your battery, wait 10 minutes, then try to start your Camaro. If it doesn't start, (Key to the Off position), take the Positive battery cable loose. Wait 2 minutes, then reconnect it. You are resetting the computer.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
clean the jets in the carb.Your not getting fuel.Also check the timming has not slipped.good luck hope that was help full.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
hi. that sounds like the fuel sender unit, situated in the fuel tank! take off the fuel lines to the initial carb and try to start the engine! fuel should flow out! if not the the PUMP/SENDER UNIT is at fault.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
SOURCE: changed fuel pump and the
Try changing the fuel filter. If no help, look into the float bowl on the carburetor for lack of fuel. If so, remove the float and needle-valve to check for a local clog in the needle-valve seat area. If the bowl appears to be nearly full, then check the screw-in jets in the bowl bottom for plugging. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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