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Pendulums? what are they

I posted a problem on my 2000 zr7 about fuel in the air box I was told to check to see if the Pendulums in the chamber of the carb were adjusted properly. I am just wondering if somebody can add to this and help explain more. Thanks

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They are called fuel floats. they float on top of the fuel in the fuel bowl and are attached to a valve that closes the fuel supply from the tank when a certain fuel level is reached inside the fuel bowl. Fuel level is crucial to air/fuel mixture and overflow can end up in the air box - more likely inside of your engine cases. To ckeck the float level consult your repair manual for instructions.

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