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Video tutorial on how to determine if the float on your carburetor is leaking, along with how to repair the leak. This only applies to brass floats, not to plastic versions. Brass floats can develop a crack or pinhole overtime which will cause it to fill up with fuel which will eventually prevent it from floating. This causes the engine to flood eventually, meaning it is getting too much fuel. The engine won’t stay running or won’t start afterwards. The float controls the amount of fuel in the float bowl by raising or lowering the needle in a fuel passage.
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-rosin core solder
-400 grit sandpaper
-600 grit sandpaper
-bucket of water
-1/16″ or smaller drill bit
-carburetor cleaner (used in the video is Permatex Throttle Body, Carb & Choke Cleaner #80279)
-one way to determine if it has been leaking is to simply shake the float
-you should be able to hear if there is liquid present inside
-if not, we can fully submerge it in water, allow it to sit for a few minutes and check again
-next to determine where the leak is, ensure the bowl is dry, hold the float tightly in your hands, then allow the warmth from your hands to warm up the bowl
-do this for a few minutes, then inspect the bowl for any wet spots
-I would highly recommend wearing safety glasses for the drilling and cleaning processes
-using the 1/16″ drill bit or smaller, drill the area where the float is leaking
-use the new hole to drain any liquid inside the float
-after all the liquid has been removed, I like to use a carburetor specific cleaner to spray inside the float to remove any reside which can cause problems during the soldering process or corrosion issues in the future
-allow the carburetor cleaner to fully evaporate
-using a soldering iron and rosin core solder, this will be used to seal the hole back up
-try not to apply an excessive amount of solder and as don’t want to add an excessive amount of weight to the float
-heat up the area using the soldering iron, just as you would soldering wire, heat up the damaged area and seal up the hole
-you may find there is a small bulge of solder over the area, this can be left as is or you can clean it up a little
-I used a fine file to knock off the higher spots, then finished up with 600 grit wet sanding
-submerge the float in water again and ensure it’s sealed up
-if everything is good, then reinstall back into carburetor
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