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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

Help Identifing a Part Its Use

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wsmm

12-21-2013 16:39:47
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This part is on my Generator, which is a Chicago Electric from Harbor Freight. My Coleman Powermate Generator also has one. It has a linkage attached to the carburetor and also has what appears to be a vacuum line that appears to be attached either to the carburetor or to the block that is between the carburetor and the cylinder head. Pictures are attached. Neither manual that I have nor the parts diagram show this part, or identify it.
Thanks for any and all help,
Bill

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teaching science

12-26-2013 17:29:32
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 Re: Help Identifing a Part Its Use in reply to wsmm, 12-21-2013 16:39:47  
Could it be an idle control. Some gens have a switch which let them idle down when there is no energy draw.



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

12-21-2013 19:16:36
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 Re: Help Identifing a Part Its Use in reply to wsmm, 12-21-2013 16:39:47  
I believe if you will check closer you will find it is attached to the choke linkage. The manual choke handle actually pulls the carb. choke with a spring, and when the engine starts the vacuum pulls the choke partly open so you do not flood it out if you do not get the choke pushed in quickly enough. I have a JDTek generator (Chinese knock off) That has the same set up.



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showcrop

12-21-2013 16:58:29
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 Re: Help Identifing a Part Its Use in reply to wsmm, 12-21-2013 16:39:47  
You need to post a couple pictures with no zoom.



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James Babcock

12-21-2013 16:48:51
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 Re: Help Identifing a Part Its Use in reply to wsmm, 12-21-2013 16:39:47  
Could be a fuel shutoff that kicks in when oil pressure gets too low.



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