1. Remove Air Filter and All Duct work attached to the carburetor.
2. Disconnect Fuel Line (Label to aide in reattachment)
3. Disconnect all Vacuum Hoses (Label all to aide in reattachment)
4. Disconnect all wires (if so equipped) (label to aide in reattachment)
5. Disconnect Choke linkage (if equipped with manual choke)
6. Disconnect Throttle Linkage
7. Unbolt Carburetor and remove from manifold
1. Obtain new gasket
2. Install new gasket onto manifold and carburetor onto gasket per manufacturers instruction
3. Torque carburetor bolts per manufacturers instructions
4. Reconnect Throttle Linkage
5. Reconnect Choke Linkage (if equipped with manual choke)
6. Reconnect all wires (This is where the labeling pays off)
7. Reconnect all vacuum hoses (Be sure to tighten clamps securely)
8. Reattach fuel line (Be sure to tighten clamp or fitting securely)
9. Replace Air filter and all duct work
10. Restart Vehicle to ensure proper operation.
It does not have a carburetor.
no, the carburetor has nothing to do with your gear ratio.
You don't, it does not have a carburetor. They are fuel injected. Hope this helps!
There is no reason you would have to.
The 4.0L EFI , V6 engine in a 1994 Ford Explorer is fuel injected so there is no carburetor ( from the factory )
Very little, if any at all. The carburetor is not what makes the horse power, The rotateing system and Valve train is what makes HP.
You have to get a special intake that you can bolt a carburetor to.
You can change your 1986 305 cubic inch pickup engine from a carburetor to fuel injection. The problem with doing so is the cost. It might cost more to do the change than it would to purchase an engine.
If both engines have a carburetor on them, THEN NO. They will interchange.
Just spray some carburetor cleaner into the carburetor and then let the car idle for a bit. In addition to the above answer add a can of Seafoam or Techron fuel system cleaner to a full tank of fuel once each year.
Change the spark plugs and wires. Clean the carburetor (at the very least with some spray carburetor cleaner purchased from your automotive store).