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You'll need to buy a rebuild kit for your specific model. The instructions with different kits vary from almost nothing to not much more than basic instructions. If you want complete step by step instructions, then you should buy a Haynes or Chiltons repair manual for your specific vehicle. Rebuilding a carb is really not that hard and with a good repair manual, you'll be handy at it right away.
Some public librarys have a section with repair manuals for many of the more common vehicles.

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