The car has to work steadily. In order to ensure this, the owner needs to understand what processes are taking place in his favorite car, and be able to eliminate at least a minor problem.
If your car will not start or stops then most likely you have problems with the carburetor. Try to change it.
In fact, it is not as difficult as it seems.
Read these recommendations and take over the business.
You will need
- In order to change the carburetor, you will need a new carburetor, several keys on? 8? and? 13 ?, household gloves.
First, loosen the clamp and remove the lingering corrugations (this hose for air intake pipe of the thermostat).
The key to? 8? Unscrew the nuts that secure the air filter to the carburettor and to remove the plate.
Loosen the clamp and remove the crankcase ventilation hose from the nozzle.
Remove the casing with air filter.
Take the key to? 8? and loosen the bolt tightening mounting shell air flap control cable.
Then loosen the cable securing screw and remove the cable.
Remove the hose from the union of the gas taps, disconnect the wires from the terminals of the two output microswitch system control EPHH.
Pick up the screwdriver and remove the rod from the throttle valve lever.
Remove the hose from the solenoid valve fitting economizer.
Loosen the clamp and remove the fuel hose.
Take the key to? 13 ?, unscrew 4 screws and remove the carburetor itself. Old carburetor removed.
Install a new carburetor in the reverse order.