Is there a gasket that gos under carburetor?
Some sort of gasket may be blown. Either the Head or the Carb gasket IMO.
Regulate the carburetor and replace its gasket.
It is usually a bad gasket and the carb needs rebuilt.
edelbrock has a square flange gasket fo it
Remove the air cleaner and air box. Disconnect hoses and mark them so you know the proper reconnections. Remove the nuts and bolts holding the carburetor to the manifold. Remove the old gasket with a scraper and clean any remaining residue with degreaser. Clean the degreaser off completely. Apply gasket sealant to both sides of the new gasket and apply in place of the old one. Repeat the process in reverse order to place the… Read More
Yes it will just be sure you use the wright carb. base gasket.
There are several reasons there can be a leak. However, you will want to take the carburetor apart for any leak - purchase the carburetor kit and carefully take it apart. Use the rebuild kit to replace gaskets, etc. and when you put it back together, the leak will also be fixed. Do not use gasket sealer on the carburetor.
the engine is out of time or the valves are not adjusted right An engine backfires through the carburetor because it's lean. Check all vacuum connections as well as the gasket mating surfaces. Be sure you have the correct parts. Consult any instructional materials available for this particular carburetor.
Loose or faulty electrical connection at distributor,coil or alternator Fault in the fuel or electrical systems Not enough fuel reching carburetor Vacuum leak at the gasket surface of manifold or carburetor
No, but it surfaces every once in a while to get air.
A simple way.. with the engine running, spray some brake or carburetor cleaner around the circumferance of the head gasket. If the engine suddenly revs up as some point while you're doing this, there you have it. Additionally, you should do the same around the intake manifold gasket, as well.
the THING under a carburettor is the inlet manifold
Under the hood, on top of the intake manifold.
Under the carburetor.
under the gas tank
Plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor... (assuming it's an ignition problem) Excessive carbon build up in a cylinder can heat up and prematurely ignite. Erratic fuel ratios do to a carburetor problems with cause erratic misfires. Air intake leaks such as under the carburetor or manifold, you can spray these gaskets with WD-40 if the misfire/idle improves it is likely a manifold gasket.
under the carburetor
Under the carburetor in the front.
If it is newer then a 1986 then it don't have a carburetor, It is fuel injected. If its older than 86, on top of the engine under the air cleaner
Under the cylinder head. Under the cylinder head. Unless you're talking about another gasket, but then you'd use the same logic.
Top of engine under air cleaner
on top of the engine, under the air cleaner
Check the gasket between the air filter backing plate and the carburetor. Usually if that is sucking air then the primer won't work. Your best bet would be to just replace the gasket and possibly the primer bulb as well
What is a Vacuum Leak ? A vacuum leak is any leak caused when sucking in Air either after the throttle plate of a carburetor or after the Air Metering device on a Fuel Injected car caused by a bad gasket, torn boot, improperly installed adapter plate or manifold gasket, etc
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If your car has fuel injection the fuel filter is located under the left rear side of the car. Look under the car and you will see it beside the gas tank. It is a canister style. If your car has a carburetor the fuel filter is in the carburetor. Follow the fuel line to the filter housing on the outer edge of the carburetor. It is a paper element style filter.
It does not have a carburetor as the engine is fuel injected. It does however have a fuel filter which is located under the hood, drivers side, mounted on the front side of the strut tower.
The carburetor needs calibration or changing of possibly defective part, for example, gasket or needles.
Chevy 350 burning lots of oil and oil is present on headersOne mechanic mentioned oil blow by but havent noticed any oil in air filter or carburetor?
probably a head gasket.
Remove the valve and spray it with carburetor cleaner. Use a screwdriver to get the carbon out of the ports. Clean the mounting surface off and reinstall with a new gasket.
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.
first install new carb gasket to intake manifold and then 4 nuts hold the carb to the intake studs and then install the throttle linkage to the carb.
put new gasket on the intake manifold and bolt carb down to intake manifold and hook up all linkages and hoses.
Remove the old filter and make sure you remove the old gasket, there should only be 1 gasket.
under the float bowl on the carburetor
Usually it's located near or under the air filter.
On models with a carburetor is is located under the hood, center, upper engine area, mounted on front side of carburetor. On models that are fuel injected it is located under the hood, driver side, lower engine area, mounted in fuel line.
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 Reinstalling: 1. Obtain new gasket 2. Install new gasket onto manifold… Read More
This is a fairly vague question to answer, but generally all that is needed for an outboard carburetor is a good cleaning, and to install a new gasket kit. Hope this helps.
Very likely your primer which causes a vacuum to pull the fuel from the tank to the carburetor has a "rubber ball" and rubber gasket that has cracked, causing it to leak gas.
Remove the seat, Look at the bolt holding the gas tank there under the seat. the carb is located under that.
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Yes you need a gasket between the thermostat housing and the engine. Usually a fiber type, should come with the gasket. In a perfect machine, the metal to metal contact would be so exact that there would be no leak even under pressure. This is not the case on most cars. The gasket allows for slight imperfections in this contact area. Even better is a gasket with a little automotive silicone material allowing for a… Read More
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float valve or float are bad
original is likely under the bonnet, replacement in store!