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Honda Small Engine Carburetor Replacement #16100-Z0T-911

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the carburetor assembly on Honda small engines. The most common reason for replacing the carburetor is when it is clogged, causing the engine to run poorly or not start at all, and cleaning the carburetor does not fix the problem.

All of the information in this carburetor assembly replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Honda

Tools used: 10mm socket and socket wrench, pliers, needle-nose pliers

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before you begin this repair, make sure the engine has cooled remove the wire and boot from the spark plug and turn off the fuel valve.
2
Your first step is to remove the wingnut to release the air filter cover and pull the cover off.
3
Next, remove the second wingnut securing the air filter and slide the filter off the mounting bolt.
4
Use a socket to remove the mounting nuts and bolt securing the air filter housing. and pull the housing off along with the breather tube.
5
Slide the carburetor out and use locking pliers or a fuel line clamp to close off the fuel line then release the clamp to remove the fuel line from the carburetor.
6
Detach the anti-rattle spring and the throttle linkage then pull the old carburetor and front gasket off of the mounting bolts.
7
Install the new carburetor by aligning it on the mounting bolts and replacing the front gasket.
8
Now transfer the choke lever from the old carburetor to the new one.
9
Attach the throttle linkage and the spring.
10
Connect the fuel line to the carburetor, and secure with the clamp.
11
Remove the locking pliers or fuel line clamp and slide the carburetor into position.
12
Reposition the air filter housing and insert the breather tube into the valve cover.
13
Secure the housing with the bolt and nuts.
14
Align the air filter on the mounting bolt then secure it with the wingnut.
15
Position the air filter cover and secure the wingnut.
16
You can now turn the fuel valve back on and reattach the spark plug wire and boot.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the carburetor assembly on Honda small engines. The most common reason for replacing the carburetor is when it is clogged, causing the engine to run poorly or not start at all, and cleaning the carburetor does not fix the problem.

All of the information in this carburetor assembly replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Honda

Tools used: 10mm socket and socket wrench, pliers, needle-nose pliers
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before you begin this repair, make sure the engine has cooled remove the wire and boot from the spark plug and turn off the fuel valve.
2
Your first step is to remove the wingnut to release the air filter cover and pull the cover off.
3
Next, remove the second wingnut securing the air filter and slide the filter off the mounting bolt.
4
Use a socket to remove the mounting nuts and bolt securing the air filter housing. and pull the housing off along with the breather tube.
5
Slide the carburetor out and use locking pliers or a fuel line clamp to close off the fuel line then release the clamp to remove the fuel line from the carburetor.
6
Detach the anti-rattle spring and the throttle linkage then pull the old carburetor and front gasket off of the mounting bolts.
7
Install the new carburetor by aligning it on the mounting bolts and replacing the front gasket.
8
Now transfer the choke lever from the old carburetor to the new one.
9
Attach the throttle linkage and the spring.
10
Connect the fuel line to the carburetor, and secure with the clamp.
11
Remove the locking pliers or fuel line clamp and slide the carburetor into position.
12
Reposition the air filter housing and insert the breather tube into the valve cover.
13
Secure the housing with the bolt and nuts.
14
Align the air filter on the mounting bolt then secure it with the wingnut.
15
Position the air filter cover and secure the wingnut.
16
You can now turn the fuel valve back on and reattach the spark plug wire and boot.

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