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Carburetors & Components

The vehicle needs fuel to run, the slightest problem with the fuel delivery system can result in a number of problems. One of the big components of the fuel delivery system in an older vehicle is the carburetor, which mixes fuel and air to be burnt and turned into the power that turns the wheels. As with any part, maintenance is important, and replacing a bad carburetor should be a high priority when something begins to go wrong.

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The carburetor on your vehicle is so important because it keeps the right mixture of fuel and air in its chambers, based on a number of things, including how much acceleration you are putting into the system. When it is working at its best, it will change the mixture to suit the way you are using the vehicle, so that you can start the vehicle easily with a higher mixture of fuel, and you can cruise just as easily with a higher mixture of air.

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Before we look at those problems, it is important to know how to find your carburetor in the event you need to replace it. It is a cylindrical object and is almost always found on top of your engine so that it is close to the cylinders it is feeding, and can sometimes be hidden beneath an air filter. It will have fuel and air hoses running to and from it, so you can follow those hoses to determine exactly where it is. While it may not look like much from the top, you should be able to remove the lid and see the complexity of the parts inside it with very little difficulty.

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1983 Jeep CJ | Posted by Chris | (Corpus Christi, TX)

Came with everything needed in a timely manner. Would definitely do it again!

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