Carburetors are fairly simple parts to rebuild, therefore going out and spending over 150.00 is not something I would recommend. The only way I would actually replace one is if one of the sections is warped and leaking fuel, or the carburetor has caught fire. Rebuild kits usually cost between 20.00 and 75.00. If you are having an issue with fuel delivery, inside the carburetor. You may look at replacing the accelerator plump diaphragm or the blowout valve on the carburetor, also the fuel filter. If you have a Carter, or a Chrysler Carburetor, the accelerator pump is internal, just rebuild it.
Thank You Good Question,
Well, I know when a tire on my car needs to be replaced when there is no tread left on it. What are YOU referring to
How do you know if the starter needs to be replaced on a 1993 Nissan Altima?
How does it run? If it is running rich or lean then the carburetor could be the culprit. If it is original from 1986 I would bet it needs a rebuild.
How do you know if it needs to be replaced
it goes out and your heat will be gon
No, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban does not have a carburetor. The carburetors were changed in 1995 and replaced with fuel injectors.
Give us the year, make, model and engine size, you may not even have a carburetor.
Because the tube (hose) is defective and needs to be replaced. That tube is coming directly from the fuel filter being pumped by the fuel pump to the carburetor. Replace the tube/hose or you WILL have a major engine fire and/or huge KABOOM.
I believe that the carburetor type fuel/ air ratio delivery system was replaced by Fuel Injection, no carburetor to the best of my knowledge.
The carburetor needs to be removed, disassembled, cleaned, reassembled and replaced. If any gaskets tear in the process you will need a rebuild kit.
when the air does not comes out cold in your ac will be a good time
Have it looked at by a professional transmission specialist.
You will not know. Just replace it every 50,000 miles.
Gas is not getting into the carburetor because no Saturn made ever had one.
It will if that's what it needs and it is done right.
Either the carb needs rebuilt or your timing needs reset.
It will become noisy and you may experience poor performance.
It is probably not a belt, but rather a chain
If its leaking or has been bent or crushed it needs replacing.
Replace it every 50,000 miles and then you won't have to guess.
The motor simply wont get enough fuel to run properly.
i do not know what is meant by "converter", but all that needs to be done is to unbolt carburetor and intake from the one and bolt it to the other.
Yes, the 1993 Mercury Villager was a 1992 Nissan Quest. The last year Nissan used a Carburetor on a Quest. Fuel injection system replaced the carburetor in 1993.
If you are referring to leaking out of one of the overflow hoses, your float is sticking. If it is leaking from the body of the carb, the gasket where the carb and float bowl bolt together needs to be replaced.