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Post  Ixion on Wed 1 Aug - 20:07

THe petrol accelerator on my carb is seized I thought it was a throttle stop and Doug put me right any tips or advice. Laughing

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Post  Doug on Wed 1 Aug - 22:53


This is the at rest position of the plunger. If you remove the carburettor bowl you will see that the other end of the pin operates in a small cylinder which has the return spring for it at the bottom. For info, the accellerator lever should start to push down the plunger when the throttle valve is at the 1/3 open position. ( looking into the carb. inlet ).
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