Put the old carb back. Playing with the setup you have named may well fry the engine. Lonnie ---- It can be done, but without the engine running, it is very difficult to tune these carbs. You'll have two needle adjustments to make, the idle and main (high speed). The idle screw is on the throttle side (closest to engine), the main is on the choke side (closest to the air cleaner). It won't run at all if either of these screws is removed, but a good starting point is to close these needles completely (not too tight, or you'll damage the needle seats!), then back them both out 1 and 1/4 turns. This is a very rich setting, so it should get the thing at least kicking. Once you have it running, you can turn them back in, leaning out the mixture, but not more than .5 or .75 turns, otherwise you risk a dangerously lean mix, which will blow the engine, gauranteed!
The battery in a sunl 150cc scooter is under the foot mat (remove 2 screws and fold mat back toward seat) in a rectangular compartment (right hand/throttle side). Remove 2 or 4 screws and remove compartment cover to reveal the battery. kimbacat
Remove the Real Scooter Wheel and Brake (brake if not fitted to new deck)Loosen Scooter Handlebar Clamp and remove barsRemove headset cups and take out Scooter forksSimple you should be left with a deck. Transfer the new parts if compatible to the new Deck.
The battery is located under the front fairing. There are three screws holding the plastic molding, two above the headlights, and one just between the headlights on the bottom. Remove the plastic molding. This will reveal four more screws (2 on each side). Remove these screws. Remove the four screws around the instrument panel. The instrument panel can now be removed (be careful of the wires attached). The wires attached are long enough to hang the instrument panel on the side to get to the battery.
The 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee glovebox is secured with a retaining screws. There are four retaining screws on the top and for retaining screws on the bottom of the glovebox. Remove the retaining screws to remove the glovebox.
remove the torx head retaining screws and remove the bezel. remove retainer screws but dont touch the adjustment screws and pull out headlight then unplug . replace light, plug it in and secure it. then replace bezel and its retaining screws.
Remove the speaker covers, by loosening the retaining screws. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness. The speakers will come out.
remove door panel then remove screws behind mirror. remove door panel then remove screws behind mirror.
# Disconnect negative battery cable # Remove the retaining screws and detach the headlight bezel # Remove the headlight retainer screws taking care not to disturb the adjusting screws # Remove the retainer and pull the headlight out enough to allow the connector to be unplugged # Remove headlight now # Disconnect negative battery cable # Remove the retaining screws and detach the headlight bezel # Remove the headlight retainer screws taking care not to disturb the adjusting screws # Remove the retainer and pull the headlight out enough to allow the connector to be unplugged # Remove headlight now
Remove inside panel and remove the screws. If there are no screws then pry it out with a screwdriver.
You will need to remove the headliner. With the headliner removed you will be able to see the overhead console retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws.
Remove the 2 round plastic covers over the screws,remove the screws and pull to the outside of the vehicle.
there are phillip screws on the cowling, after removing the screws, remove wipers and remove winshield washer hoses on the bottom of the cowling.
Remove the screws
No one answer is correct as each scooter may be different. On my scooter I have a box built into the floorboard with a waterproof cover held in place with two screws. Below the cover is the sealed lead/acid cell and the fuses for the scooter along with spare fuses.
Remove the airbag and steering wheel, remove the torx screws from the steering housing and remove the housing, remove the screws from the signal and wiper switch, and remove the screws above the ignition switch and remove the switch. Replace the switch and replace everything in reverse.Ê
Pop off the A/C Control knobs, then remove the screws. Then remove the a/c assembly, more screws, then it slides out.
Remove the two screws from the mounting plate and pull out both handles, then remove any screws from latch plate and push the mechanism out.
There are two screws under the ashtray. Remove the astray to access the screws. Remove the screws. Once the screws are removed carefully pull the plastic frame covering the radio and the climate controls. Once the frame is removed you will see two or four screws depending on the model vehicle. Remove the screws and pull the radio out. Once the radio is out disconnect the connectors and the antenna. Installation is the reverse of removal.
remove the screws and remove the panels..enjoy
mines does 60mph when all safety screws are out if not 30mph
Removing the back seat in the Kia Rio is simple. Remove the screws or bolts from the lower cushion and remove cushion. Then remove the now visible screws and remove the remaining parts.
remove all the screws
Remove the small screws that hold it.
remove rear compartment floor trim remove greenish colored cover screws remove cover remove screws from pump assy and lift out.
open the hatch there are two screws remove them and the tail light will come out, after that there are three more screws remove them and you can get to the bulbs to replace them