Prior to performing major carburetor service work, a thorough road test and check of carburetor adjustments should be done first. Carburetor problems usually manifest as flooding, hard-starting, stalling, severe backfiring and poor acceleration. A carburetor that’s leaking fuel or covered in wet deposits also require attention. Performance problems may also be related to loose, out-of-adjustment or malfunctioning engine or electrical components. The best way to analyze issues with a carburetor is to follow a step-by-step approach to eliminating each potential issue before deciding to rebuild the carburetor.
Tools Used: Tools, Socket wrench
Fix a Carburetor
Inspect all vacuum hoses and actuators for leaks and correct installation.