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So if you are upgrading a mechanical choke carb or rebuilding your old carb with an existing electric choke, we hope our guide will help. So how could it run like a top with clogged up jets and like crap on a fresh rebuild. About Us Sponsors Advertising.

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Chrome Steels 15x10 Recovery: If your carb bowl vent is not hooked up to the canister, I'm going to guess you had a PO who pulled everything and you may have to dig around to find the fuel return line. You might start a new thread and ask. Funny thing is that the jeep started and idled perfectly with the MC, except for that pesky puking fuel problem. There are a few different versions so part numbers vary.

Remove the screw and the assembly, but save the screw, the wire spring and the smaller of the two levers for reuse. Keep the stuff on the right. Ditch the big lever on the left. The last piece to be removed is the small gasket which you can see in this photo.

Make sure the surface where it attached to the carburetor is clean and the air passage it covered is clear. You can blow compressed air through it, and the air should exit out the bottom of the carburetor.

The kit will include a new gasket with a hole it it to allow air through. Ours had an adhesive backing. Install it in place of the old, solid gasket. Reinstall the fast idle lever assembly using the new large lever from the kit and the parts you saved previously.

Here, you see how the choke rod assembles to the new choke housing. Once it is in place, use the retaining pin you saved from disassembly to secure it.

The choke housing is secured to the carburetor at the same three attachment points used for the manual choke plate. Our kit included new fasteners. With the gasket on the choke housing, install the electric choke cap. Notice the metal tab sticking out from the housing.

This must fit into the loop on the wound spring in the choke cap. It should open and close the choke plate. A metal retaining ring holds the choke cap to the choke body. It uses spring pressure to hold the cap in place, so make sure the ring is installed so that it bows outward from the choke cap as you can see here.

Holley includes the two wires that connect to the carb. If not it will be a vacuum leak that will drive you crazy. I said nipple on the internet: For anyone new to this or concerned with knowing the circled areas show the vacuum hole in the castings.

This will cause you problems if you don't have it plugged. Plugging the hole can be accomplished by either mixing up some JB weld or using some soft aluminum or copper and forming it to fit the hole and hammering it in as a plug CAREFULLY don't hammer so hard you crack the carb casting.

Thanks for the pics. I still have the electric choke on mine. Looks like I have to take off the black casing off and work from there. Also, How do I post pics on here? Smittybilt XRC10 winch Armor: Here is pic of my carb, in which you can barely see the choke steup on the far side using the black casing it has a name, but it escapes me.

Its an older pic snapped right after I installed it. Way way too high! BF Goodrich Mud Trains 33x Chrome Steels 15x10 Recovery: Heavier bumpers front and rear; winch User Profile. On my MC, if you look in the picture just above this post, you will see a tube exiting from the bowl up at an angle.

I tried to plug it and fuel started pumping out of the two brass rods that go on either side of the throat. What have I got wrong??? Find More Posts by aggiejon. That is the bowl vent tube. You can run a length of fuel-grade tubing from there to your canister. Your canister should have a port labeled "bowl vent" or "carb vent" or something like that.

Yours is spewing fuel out of it because How much fuel are we talking about? If you look closely, you'll notice a mechanical linkage in that photo that closes a valve during drive time. Once shut down, it mainly carries vapors which are stored in the canister. Probably more likely is that the mechanical linkage I believe there may be a non-mech version out there, too is not working right. That's about all I've got. I suggest you either a run a line from there to your canister or b cap it until you figure out why raw fuel is coming out.

Not vapor, not a dribble, full pouring out. Tried plugging and all it did was push fuel put the two brass tubes either side of the venturi.

How would I determine if it is making too much pressure? You might start a new thread and ask. I believe you'll need a fuel pressure gauge in line from the fuel filter to the carb. I don't know what the correct pressure is and I've not had to do that before so hopefully someone more knowledgeable will chime in. If it is a pressure issue - you'll have to start at the pump. Do you know if you've got a mechanical pump or an electric pump? A mechanical pump is about halfway down the engine on the front passenger side.

It has a little lever on it sorta like an oil rig arm. You should be able to trace the fuel line backwards from the filter near the carb. Usually bronze in color, with the fuel line running back from the tank. You should also check to make sure your fuel return line is not obstructed. As I mentioned, you should have a dual port filter, with one port running to the carb set at about 6 o'clock, and another, at 12 o'clock, running back to the tank.

If your carb bowl vent is not hooked up to the canister, I'm going to guess you had a PO who pulled everything and you may have to dig around to find the fuel return line.

If you need help finding it, ask and I'll post pictures of my engine bay. Sounds like it might be time for a rebuild, as well. But not until you figure out the pressure situation. So I decided that I would do a full rebuild. Funny thing is that the jeep started and idled perfectly with the MC, except for that pesky puking fuel problem.

Dug a little deeper, checking the usual suspects, and it looked like the jets were clogged. So I decided to perform a full rebuild. Now, rebuilt and it is making me want to put my carter back on for improvement. Nothing else besides the rebuild changed. It will start, but you have to rev it to keep it running, spits, sputters, tries to die. Even has been popping and backfiring.

So how could it run like a top with clogged up jets and like crap on a fresh rebuild. Guys, help me out! Quote message in reply?

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Guys, help me out! How would I determine if it is making too much pressure? Chrome Steels 15x10 Recovery:

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How much fuel are we talking about? Guys, help me out! The fast idle lever manual choke hook up is held on with this screw. I used a kit from the part store. When you remove the pin, set it aside because it will be reused. Keep the stuff on the right. It should open and close the choke plate.