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Old 02-11-2013, 04:26 PM   #1
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88 wrangler yj weber 32/36 dgev

Ok well im stumped now with my yj 4.2 i 6

Went to cleghorn and she stalled on me at lightes incline. She is burning too rich even though ive adjusted carb several times. Ive replaced old fuel lines. I also read to replace the jets but for which ones these are my following elevation i go through

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Old 02-11-2013, 04:28 PM   #2
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Oh and she has fouled out some spark plugs as well ayyyyy ayy please some one help me

My Elevation at home
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31oo to 4500


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2300 to 4600

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Damn posted thread in wrong section mods can u guys move it
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A little to much beer huh.
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What are you adjusting on this diagram Elmo.
Weber 32/36 DGEV DGAV Diagram
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What are you adjusting on this diagram Elmo.
Weber 32/36 DGEV DGAV Diagram
58 and 70. Lol
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Check 14 and 15. Your looking for a very small piece of dirt in the needle and seat or the float level is off. That can be a big problem but easy fix. Either the adjustment is off or the float is heavy due to fuel absorbing into the media or a pin hole. If it is brass then shake it. If you feel a slosh then you need a new float.

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