View Full Version : Carb on 30
03-28-2006, 09:58 PM
"I finally got my motor running this afternoon after quite some while and once i got the timing down we were wondering why the motor would keep dieing. Eventually we started messing with the choke on the carb and could keep it running, how do i adjust the electric choke on the carb so that i do not have to adjust it manually?"
03-28-2006, 10:05 PM
"Also, i noticed that the park in which the wire goes into the choke heated up very quickly compared to the rest of the carb...could that be a problem?"
04-02-2006, 09:46 AM
""Also, i noticed that the park in which the wire goes into the choke heated up very quickly compared to the rest of the carb...could that be a problem?"
No,........ That's the way it's Supposed to Work........
It Sounds to Me,....
That the Idle Circuit is Plugged in your Carb,+ you're trying to get the Choke to do the Job of the Idle Circuit........
I'd be Rebuilding the Carb..........."
05-07-2006, 12:10 AM
I just ordered a new carb from Boatbandit.com $449.00 for my 3.0 I was having to much fuel dumping in the old Carb flooding it out. Rebuild it but still had the same problem probally bad needle valve. They didn't give me a new one with rebuild kit. It was probally the orginal carb Sping for a new carb you'll be glad you did.
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