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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 15-06-2010
CARBURETOR (COROLLA) REMOVAL 1) Drain cooling system. Disconnect air intake hose. Disconnect emission control hoses from air cleaner. Remove air cleaner mounting bolt and wing nut. Remove air cleaner. 2) Disconnect accelerator cable. Disconnect throttle cable (A/T). Disconnect carburetor wiring connector. Disconnect emission control hoses and tag for installation. Disconnect fuel inlet hose. Remove 4 carburetor mounting nuts and No. 1 vacuum pipe. Remove carburetor. DISASSEMBLY Air Horn 1) Remove air cleaner setting bolt. Remove fuel pipe clamp, union, fuel pipe and gaskets. Remove vacuum hoses. Remove pump and pivot screw and pump arm with connecting link. Disconnect choke link and choke opener link. 2 Remove 8 air horn screws and number plate, fuel pipe support and wire clamps. Remove air horn from carburetor body. Disconnect wiring from solenoid valves. 3) Remove float pivot pin, float and needle valve assembly. Remove air horn gasket, needle valve seat and gasket, power piston retainer, power piston and spring. Remove pump plunger and boot. See Fig. 2.
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 19-06-2010
AIR INDUCTION SYSTEM CARBURETED Air Intake System The air intake system used on carbureted vehicles supplies fresh, filtered, temperature-controlled air to the carburetor. System consists of an air cleaner, air intake pipe, carburetor, intake manifold and intake air control system. The intake air control system maintains a uniform air temperature inside the air cleaner. Carburetor receives fresh air, controlled within a narrow temperature range, regardless of outside temperature. Carburetor Carburetor is a 2-barrel downdraft fixed venturi type. Carburetor consists of 3 layers, a choke valve and air horn make up the top layer; the venturi, float chamber, accelerator pump, actuator, and choke housing make up the middle layer; and the primary and secondary throttle valves, secondary diaphragm, and pilot screw are part of the throttle body, or bottom layer of the carburetor. FUEL INJECTION
Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 03-11-2009
VIN: JF1SG63677G745374 Year: 2007 Make: Subaru Model: Forester X Style/Body: SUV / Utility 4D Class:
Mid Range Car – Standard Engine: 2.5L H4 MPI Country of Assembly: Japan Vehicle Age: 2 year(s)
Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 18-12-2010
Control lockout override via grounding of unused e-brake input Rear camera input switch DISCLAIMER: Anyone following these instructions is doing so at their own risk and agrees to not hold me liable for any damage caused as a result of reproducing my experiences that I am documenting here for your reference only. PART 1: REMOVAL OF BEZEL Subaru’s instructions indicate that the bezel can be removed by hand. No one on any message board seems to be able to do this. The solution many have found is to use a trim removal tool. I bought a cheap one at Wal- Mart and quickly found that any small plastic chisel or rubber-coated screwdriver will do. The trick is to get just enough leverage using the tool from inside the vents to pop off the corners. Using your fingers just isn’t quite enough. As you can see, I did use a cheap trim removal tool, but found using the stubbier end worked better for me. Insert any kind of soft (plastic or rubber) tool with a thin edge into the vent and feel for the lip underneath. The hardest part is to get the willpower to give it a good, firm yank towards you. Every time I pulled off another section, I swore it was going to break in half.
Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 26-04-2010
2002 Subaru Impreza RS WIRING DIAGRAMS Fig. 8: Wiring Diagram (Impreza 2.5L & Outback Sport 2.5L – 1 Of 3)