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Remove carb

Remove air cleaner Remove torx screws in carburetor throat. Remove air cleaner backing plate. Turn off gas valve. Remove fuel line from carb. Pull carb from manifold. Release throttle cables. When re installing carb backing plate, put Loctite Blue on torx screw threads.

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Remove the filter or filter connection to the back side of the carb and spray it with starter fluid. If it starts when you do that each time, the carbs still have a problem and need to be cleaned out again or adjusted correctly.

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How to remove carburetor from 235 husqvarna chain saw

Start by removing the 3 anti vib spring screws, one on the front underside of the saw, one at the rear underside of the saw, and one at the r/h side of the cylinder, remove the 3 screws holding the l/h side of the rear handle and remove the plastic trigger and throttle lock, the handle and spine will now come away as an assembly from the rest of the saw, now remove the screw at the top r/h side of the saw and remove the square orange plastic plate, once removed you will gain acess to the two 8mm nuts under the air filter securing the carb, there is also one torq screw to remove before the carb and filter bacl plate can be removed, you will also have to pull some of the fuel hoses from the carb to completly remove it.

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This is not so easy to explain, this is an X Torque engine so the carb does not come off so easy, there are air tubes on the back of the carb, however, remove the air filter, remove the earth cut out wire and earth return wire from the red switch, they are just push on, there is a blue clip on the throttle shaft side of the carb, gently pull out and twist ( this holds the throttle push rod into the carb ), open the throttle trigger with your finger at the same time now remove the throttle push rod from the throttle shaft, once out of the carb pull the rod toward the front of the saw and out of the tank, now unscrew the four allen headed screws from the air filter housing, and remove, ease the carb up and away far enough to remove the fuel hose, now remove completely.

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How do i remove the carbs from the engine?

After removing the tank and airbox, loosen the clamp screws securing each carb to the inlet stubs, these can be sometimes difficult to get at and time consuming, also unclip the idle screw from its bracket, remove the choke cable and throttle cable-s from the carbs, some models have water pipes fitted 1on each side of the bank of carbs, once removed have a screw ready to push into the pipe to stop the coolant leaking, if you have difficulty undoing the screws securing the carbs, grasp the bank of carbs from behinde, at the top pulling towards you normaly is enough to remove them as the retaining screws are not always tightly secured but often difficult to see, once removed you can
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Wont crank after sitting for a month,will flood.2009 klx250 COULD IT BE A FOULED PLUG?

sounds like the pet **** needs to be turned off and the carb needs to be run out of fuel before you put it up in storage

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dissconnect the battery locate the starter there should be two bolts holding it on remove them and disconnect the wire and install your new starter

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