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Oct 28, 2015 ... Weber DCOE carbs gunked up after being sat for a couple of months. Cleaning the float bowl and accelerator pump circuit and jets. ... Still occasionally have trouble with fuel evaporation from the carb bowls - I've heard that ...
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Dec 16, 2010 ... I noticed a miss in my Bus while driving under power and suspected a dirty carb.
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Feb 14, 2012 ... Just a simple carburetor cleaning to get an old carb into working order. Check me out on facebook!

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Click here to see an very good introduction to Weber Carburetors. ... So, most of your work will be with toothbrushes and carb cleaner, rather than wrenches and ...

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Using any kind of abrasives is a bad idea, nor any chemicals that contain acid that will attack the alloy body of the carb. Most carbs have very ...

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im just wonndering what kind of maintence did you do for your weber. i clean my carb and airfilter and pcv system with carb cleaner once to ...

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Follow diagnosis directions completely (Cleaning, adjustment etc.) 4. Do not do any other procedures other than the ones suggested. This Weber carburetor has  ...

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Step 31 - Start scrubbing, use carb cleaner and a scotch pad to clean up the housing, at the very least remove any surface dirt and give a ...

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Proper idle jets are very important to a Weber's performance ( this assumes there is no vacuum leaks or other carb problems check here). Idle Speed Screw ...

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Then clean with carb spray and blow them out. Also, gently blow out the holes from which they came from in the carbs. Set them aside in a CLEAN location. Then ...