I removed the sediment bowl assembly from the bottom of the tank and found no inlet screen, just a blob of sticky goop. The "gas" that was left did flow out the hole though. I decided there was no option but to remove the tank to get it cleaned. Getting the tank out was not too difficult. Now I just need to find someone to clean it. I've heard that radiator shops will soak the tank. I should probably let them do the radiator too.
I have a couple of questions now. Is it possible to replace the missing inlet screen on the top of the sediment bowl assembly? Where would I get one? Also, when I got the sheet metal and tank off i spotted something suspicious. In the photo it looks like there is a post for a spring on the throttle linkage. Is there a missing spring? I ordered all of the manuals that would tell me this but they're not here yet.
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