A misfire will cause flames to come out of the carburettor
Your running rich. you have to adjust your carburetor to make it leaner.
A bad, stuck or dirty float needle inside the carburetor.
bad seal in between your intke manifold and carburetor
your float is stuck in the carburetor. Clean it with carb cleaner.
Usually a stuck float mechanism.
AnswerSounds to me that your vehicle is off time. Check the timing on it. If the timing is off it will backfire through the carb and also if it is cross wired (firing order wrong) it will backfire through the carb.
Not quite sure what you are asking but there are flames with both solid and liquid fuels
The 2004 Chevy Cavalier didn't come with a carburetor, they were all fuel injected.
it is a STI. Causes persitent flames. Yummy
When the driver let's off the gas pedal going into a turn raw fuel gets pumped into the exhaust manifold. The manifold is so hot the fuel ignites and you see flames from the exhaust pipe. It's totally normal.
Flames change colour according to what is being burnt and whether it is complete or incomplete combustion. Blue flames usually come about due to gas being burnt as that is complete combustion so all of the gas is burnt with no bi-products. Yellow flames however, the ones that usually come about due to wood being burnt come about because of the soot (carbon) produced when it is burnt. The soot burning is what produces the yellow flames. Flames can be all sorts of colours though, for instance, if you burn copper oxide then the flame will be green.
That vehicle didn't come with a carburetor. It is fuel injected.
No, they all have fuel injection.
I haven't seen "vapor lock" since the carburetor days. Give us the symptoms you are experiencing. Maybe we can come up with something.
Advance the timing.
carburetor or spark plugs
The float valve in the carburetor is not working properly. You will need to remove the carburetor and clean it or replace it.
Flames will come from the exhaust when raw gas enters the exhaust then ignites. run computer codes for the engine to look for a problem causing the gas to not burn completely.
backfire timing off
from the intake manifold.
No, all engines are fuel injected.