CARBURETOR REPLACEMENT/REPAIR (CONT)
Gasoline is flammable. Do not work on fuel system in presence of sparks and
open flame. Serious personal injury could result if fuel ignites.
Electrical lead at bottom of carburetor is provided by manufacturer to provide
electrical choke. Carburetor uses vacuum choke. Therefore, electrical leads are
not used and are stubbed, but must be disconnected during removal of carburetor.
Disconnect gas line (1) from carburetor (2).
Unhook throttle return spring (3).
Unhook choke assembly (4).
Disconnect vacuum tube (5) from solenoid stay assembly (6).
Pull solenoid stay assembly (6) forward off support studs.
Remove and discard stay assembly gasket (7).
Pull carburetor (2) forward until groove in throttle arm lines up with governor rod (8).
Lift governor rod (8) out of hole. Remove carburetor (2).
Remove and discard carburetor gasket (9).
Remove spark plug wire (10) from insulator clips.
Remove carburetor insulator (11) with gasket (12). Discard gasket.
Remove dashpot check valve (13) from vacuum tube (5).