Question about Honda Pressure Washer PSI 3000
I am not sure how to remove carb. there are two threaded bolts that also secure the air filter housing but once the nuts are removed i don't see any obvious place to remove the bolts and carb.
Remove the wing nut on top of the air filter housing. remove housing. remove next wing nut over air filter. remove air filter and bottom of housing. next, remove the 2 nuts on those threaded bolts you saw. there is one more bolt that you must remove located between the air filter and the exhaust. now the carb can be removed. this is possibly going to be very difficult but trust me, it can, and must be done. the carb should slide off of those bolts once you break it free from the intake. get your pry bars ready but try not to break any of those plastic parts! good luck.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Did not need to remove carb. just removed the bowl and did a real good cleaning on the float valve, used a cleaning solution. The leaking gas was a stuck float not a bad gasket. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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