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Old 12-09-2001, 01:55 PM
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I just tore down and thoroughly cleaned this carb. I didn't replace any parts inside it. Before I cleaned it, it would idle rough at startup and the warmer the engine got, the higher the idle would get. It would get to a point where I would get tired of messing with it and would just park it.

Now after cleaning the carb, it's a bit tough to keep it idling high enough to run. It seems to idle good for 10-15 seconds and gradually idles down enough to stall out. Can someone go through the adjustment process with me on this? I've installed a brand new plug, wire, fuel lines, fuel filter, and coated the inside of the tank with Kreem. The fuel going through the filter is nice and clear (it's a see-through filter) and no trash or foreign objects have found their way into the carb.

Worth noting... before I cleaned the carb, it was quite dirty. There had been old gas in it for probably 6 months while it sat in the elements. I haven't opened the engine up, but it does smoke a very small amount of gray smoke, and the exhaust seems to smell like it's running rich.

Thanks for any guidance to this newbie that anyone can give!

Pat
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Old 06-13-2012, 04:03 PM
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I have a ATC 70 (1982) I need to know were the fuel line on the bottom of the fuel bowl goes.
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:24 PM
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The fuel line on the bottom of the carb should just hang down and be tucked or tied out of the way. This is usually a drain from the bowl, and there should be a screw on the bottom of the bowl that controls whether this is closed or open.
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Old 06-14-2012, 07:32 AM
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The fuel line on the bottom of the carb should just hang down and be tucked or tied out of the way. This is usually a drain from the bowl, and there should be a screw on the bottom of the bowl that controls whether this is closed or open.
Thanks for the input. I thought that was the case.
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