97catintenn wrote:If you're talking about soaking items in carb cleaner, just keep all the rubber stuff out, like diaphragms and o-rings. Chase the jets with anything you have handy, just doing a visual inspection has been know to fail a couple of members here.
97catintenn wrote:The jet and the jet holder has small holes in it. You want to run a small wire through there to manually clean them out. I was taught to use the term chase. The wire needs to be softer than the jet so that you do not scratch the passage that fuel runs through.
lakey009 wrote:Just a thought have you tried putting all of your weight over the screw driver then turn, just because some people go abit easy with thing's like this i know you are already doing this no doubt. Mine were the same just doing them now as i type and i had to just about lift myself onto the screw driver then turn
ianreb wrote:i have cleaned everything... but I can NOT for the LIFE of me get the pilot jets out of the hole. Ive tried 3 different flathead screwdrivers (the jets arent stripped). How important is it to get these out and clean them? It seems impossible.
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