Saturday, July 02, 2005
dumb carburetor repair
Amazingly, Women are slightly more complex
If your car suffers from premature ignition, needs frequent jump starts, and is always passed by on the road, your car probably has carburetor problems. To fix your carburetor, follow these simple instructions. Open the hood of your car, locate the wadget screw under the anterior capstan, and turn counterclockwise using a no. 7 sprochet wrench. Remove the fleem bolt gently while holding in place the cam shaft clamp. Gently caress the twin cams as you remove the outer cam cups. These cups come in various sizes, with sportier models usually having the largest ones. Moving down from the cams to the manifold, hoist the manifold so that the posterior protrudes upward. Immediately grasp the cam shaft and insert into the manifold. Make sure that there is enough lubricant in the shaft so that the gears may not be stripped. Finally, remove the shaft, wipe clean, and tuck safely away.
After this procedure, don't be disturbed in your car smokes a bit upon starting. This is not unusual and is relatively harmless. If your car fails to start, repeat the entire procedure. If after repeated tries it remains unresponsive, your car may be incapable of internal combustion. In this case, take your car to a qualified mechanic, and if worse comes to worse, trade the bucket of bolts in for a new model.