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'62 2000 4 cylinder carb tips

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Carls70

03-14-2018 04:47:12




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Hello all,

I am going through the carb on a 1962 2000 4 cyl Ford. This is my first time in a Marvel updraft carb. Anyone have any suggestions, tips, warnings for me?

Have a kit & float on order from Steiner's.

It was last gone through about 12 years ago and recently has begun to seep fuel externally. This week it let a load of fuel into the throat and left a puddle on the ground...

I think it is an FSX 765, having trouble remembering.

Thanks! Carl[/list][/i]

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Carls70

03-14-2018 10:31:43




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 Re: '62 2000 4 cylinder carb tips in reply to Carls70, 03-14-2018 04:47:12  
Thank you for the reply!

Carl



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robilmichael

03-14-2018 11:29:41




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 Re: '62 2000 4 cylinder carb tips in reply to Carls70, 03-14-2018 10:31:43  
Sure, if you are going to clean the jets, just use a very thin copper wire to not damage the jets.



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robilmichael

03-14-2018 09:27:05




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 Re: '62 2000 4 cylinder carb tips in reply to Carls70, 03-14-2018 04:47:12  
They are very simple to work on. Just clean them out good with a carb cleaner, use a thin wire to clean out any jets or openings, make sure the needle and float are set right (usually about 1/4" from the cover when held upside down, use the gaskets, make sure that throttle body has no leaks for air to get in, and then reinstall.



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