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

Slatskars slatskars at comcast.net
Sat Sep 30 18:06:54 BST 2006


If the carb flooded, it could also be a sticking float needle. Not too 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ben Rodgers" <irishrover at netscape.ca>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2006 9:33 AM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Calling Rovernet Brain trust!!!

> Hi Roland
>              All the things you mention I have checked and recheck!! Took
> the gas tank out, cleaned and sealed it, installed new fuel pump. Had the
> distributor out and checked it out, changed the coil, checked the servo,
> checked anything that could leak air, checked the gas line from back to
> front, all without results. Yesterday just as I was ready to pack it in 
> for
> a while I noticed the jet needle had a small ring groove around it, it was
> approx 1/8th inch out from base of piston. I adjusted it to be level with
> base and indeed the engine ran much better, then the carb flooded, but I
> think that was caused by the bottom washer on the economiser being out of
> place. If the needle is not the problem, I'm at a loss and don't know 
> where
> to look next??? So for the moment I'm staying indoors enjoying the British
> Premiership Soccer league on TV
>                                                    Regards  Ben.
> .
> born in Belfast, Northern Ireland,
> Author of "lily and me" a great book and a great read .
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