1960's Jaguar carburetters
Have you ever had a flooding carburetters, worse still have you completely replaced the float needles and adjusted the Float Chamber Fuel Level and still had intermittently flooding carburetters. If the answer is yes then read on.
You think this is all you have to do, wrong! You can have perfectly adjusted carburetters as per the book and still experience intermittent flooding. The cause I found is another adjustment that is not shown in the any of the books. Have a look at the following photographs to illustrate what I mean.
If you have had a problem similar to the one described here, I would
be glad to hear from you
Contact Alastair Reynolds
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