following procedure can be used when overhauling or installing replacement
REMOVAL FROM CARBURETOR
1. Disconnect wire leads which run to control
2. Remove 3 air horn screws holding retaining
clips for lead
3. Remove control unit from carburetor by
removing three attaching
DISASSEMBLY OF UNIT
1. Remove 2 attaching screws which hold
sole-noid to control
2. Carefully remove solenoid from
3. Remove control valve by upending unit and
shaking valve into
4. Make sure small control valve spring is
intact in center of
INSPECTION AND CLEANING
1. Inspect control valve for burrs or
distortion and freedom of
movement in control housing.
2. Inspect control valve spring making sure it
3. Visually inspect
bleed holes in housing For being plugged or dirty.
wiring on solenoid for breaks or shorts.
5. Never immerse the control unit or parts in
any commercial cleaner or
solvent as it will ruin the
vacuum diaphragm or solenoid unit.
6. If cleaning is necessary only clean the
control valve itself to
remove any gum or dirt.