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Unread 07-21-2006, 08:58 PM   #1
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Weber 32/36 Power Valve

If you've read other threads on carbs, you may have noted I have an issue with my Weber 32/36 draining out and having to be pumped full-up if it sits for more than a few hours. Anyone familiar with this carb know how much of a pain it might be to get to the power valve to clear it or check/replace the diaphragm? I suspect its got something fouling it or a minor hole in the 'phragm. I know that the power valve is not part of a rebulid kit - the design apparently doesn't fail enough (except for me ) to warrant inclusion. I've seen the diagram and the power valve assembly is a spring-thingy that may be jammed with grime, broken spring, or have a bad 'phragm.

Appreciate any knowledgeable responses, or wild-azz guesses!

'85 CJ-7 258 w/Hedman hedders, DUI ign, 2.5" cat/exhaust, Weber 32/36, T-176, Dana 300, Powertrax locker, 32/11.50 muds, Skyjacker 2.5" suspension, Warn 9500HS - a hunter, not a crawler
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