[ROVERNET - UK] more on 3500s AED fuel shut off valve
peter at king-co.com
Mon Apr 11 01:11:25 BST 2005
Thanks for the explanation, Peter, and for your other posting. And
yes,I have one choke cable controlling two cables to the carbs.
Removing the works sounds good to me, but I've shut the valve tight and
everything seems to be working fine, no leaks. Apparently the valve had
been knocked loose (possibly by me) and was floating around, allowing
bypass through the T.
On Apr 10, 2005, at 12:53 PM, sspmilr at netzero.net wrote:
> Hi Peter:
> By installing a choke cable directly to the AED, you would use the
> choke cable normally. Pull it out to add petrol (choke engine),
> then after start up slowly push in the cable to shut-off the extra
> petrol. The AED is a temptature sensing device. When the engine
> is cold it adds petrol. As the engine warms up it slowly shuts off
> the petrol. Of course, this is when it's doing what it's designed
> to do, most didn't!
> Peter Miller
> Port Orchard, Wa.
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