Alright, DBohrer, break this procedure down Barney style for me. What rpms? Choke on or off? Engine warm? Gimme the play by play of the slam dunk.
Not sure that this will help but many who have this issue end up failing the first "go round." If you do not go in there with a particular plan it is easy to fail.Discretion being what it is in relation to valor, I've broken down and purchased the Randakks set.
It started to show promising signs of working but then it regressed and now runs worse than before. Due in no small part, I assume, to my screwing with the idle knob. Anybody know what the opposite of a "moment of clarity" would be called?
Now it's time to bite down hard and learn what I've managed to avoid as long as I could. Unless, of course, there's anyone near east Iowa who doesn't mind getting paid in beer to come coach me through it.
Too funny. I thought about "your mission, should you decide to accept it is to make sure carb spray will travel from the slow jet to the ports at the bottom of the throttle plate. This recording will self destruct in.....A great write up Mike, almost sounded like you wrote the TV Series 'Mission Impossible' and just as clear too.
this post brought back to mind what I did when I bought my '94SE which had sat up in Glendale, AZ for several years. The fuel tank stunk, it just barely ran when we got it started at the owner's home.Run some Berryman B-12 through it full strength, more than once if needed, as stated....easy stuff first. Friend of mine used some he had left over to clean dried paint brushes, worked like a charm so you know it will clean varnish. Your description is typical of plugged low speed jets, I suggest if you pull the carbs don't try cleaning them....just replace along with the rest of the guts.
Do the routine service work for tightening the steering stem. The shop Manual has a good procedure when followed precisely. See section 12, begins on page 12-40Yeah, she sat for two years before I got her, that's kinda what I figured.
"Light"is just the first word that came to mind. It seems like it's wandering a little. And I mean it's super subtle, but it's there.