[ROVERNET - UK] Calling Rovernet Brain trust!!!

Slatskars slatskars at comcast.net
Mon Oct 2 20:07:24 BST 2006


The float level is somewhat critical. Look at it as a coarse adjustment and 
the jet adjustment as fine tuning for the mixture. The level in the float 
chamber determines what the level is in the jet itself. Fluid seeking its 
own level.

Sounds like you are on the right track. But you have gone through so many 
things that when you are done, you will not know what the original problem 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ben Rodgers" <irishrover at netscape.ca>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 6:39 AM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Calling Rovernet Brain trust!!!

> Hi Folks
>            Well its Monday morning and back to the barn to try again. I
> took the needle out and looked at it more closely this time. The ring 
> groove
> I talked about is indeed the shoulder mark for this needle, it is marked 
> UF.
> The whole needle is a brass finish, I have seen needles that have a 
> distinct
> different finish on the shoulder but not this one so the ring must be the
> mark. Once adjusted the car did run much better, I took it out and 
> actually
> got into overdrive!!! but there is still something not quite right?? the
> engine still tends to stall and or balk going up hill. I'm guessing the
> float may be out of adjustment now or a restriction in gas flow 
> somewhere??
> I have stopped again for the day, its raining and blowing hard we are in 
> the
> tail end of a hurricane and I didn't fancy getting stranded along the
> highway.
>                                                         Roverimprovingly
> Ben.
> born in Belfast, Northern Ireland,
> Author of "lily and me" a great book and a great read .
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