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post #1 of 2 Old 09-26-2011, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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weber idle HELP!

Whats up guys... I cannot figure out what the f is wrong with my weber! I took it off cleaned out all 6 jets (there was some build up in like 2) so i thought that was the problem but it still wont idle.. If i just barely give it gas it will stay running but as soon as i let if off it dies and sometimes white smoke comes out of the carb? I didnt want to mess with the idle screw or any of the mixture screws but it looks like i may have to.. Is there one of the mixture screws I should have taken out and cleaned?? something else I thought of, I have the HEI distributor with the nutter bypass, and I know the HEI puts out a lot more heat than the stock one but my battery was dead so I charged it and let it sit for a few days then i had to charge it again, so my question is if this battery isnt strong enough or something could it be possible that its not putting out enough juice?? I have two other posts on this problem if you have any questions... PLEASE HELP!

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post #2 of 2 Old 09-26-2011, 10:15 AM
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Whats up guys... I cannot figure out what the f is wrong with my weber! I took it off cleaned out all 6 jets (there was some build up in like 2) so i thought that was the problem but it still wont idle.. If i just barely give it gas it will stay running but as soon as i let if off it dies and sometimes white smoke comes out of the carb? I didnt want to mess with the idle screw or any of the mixture screws but it looks like i may have to..
Not trying to adjust the carb is the same as saying; I refuse to attempt to put an end to this frustration.

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Is there one of the mixture screws I should have taken out and cleaned?? .......................
I have two other posts on this problem if you have any questions... PLEASE HELP!
If this is a 32/36DGEV, there is only one mixture screw and yes you should remove it.... first in an attempt to get over the fear of doing that and just in case there is a clog inside.... attempt to clear it. <---- Clearly spelled out in one of your previous threads.
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