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 Post subject: toyota corona 6R engine fuel level confirmation :)
PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:06 pm 
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hi folks
i want to confirm,
in most toyotas the aisan carburetors has a float level or fuel level window
and most are or must be tune in the center line or to be specific
the level of the fuel must be in the middle of the window

i recently purchased a corota RT84 and im testing and cheking for bad things
and i noticed the carburetor fuel level(float) is over the middle(last mechanic tuning)
what i mean!! is super rich!! XD ,or on the top of the window ( like a soda on the rocks :)
i want to know ,if you can help me out
this carburetor or engine specifically ,needs this kind of fuel level?
or is just a spoongi float that need replacing or a bad calibration of the float ?

i want to know if is correct or the normal fuel level must be in the middle like
all old classic toyotas

toyota corona RT84 with 6R engine


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 Post subject: Re: toyota corona 6R engine fuel level confirmation :)
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 12:25 am 
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serchmarc wrote:
hi folks
i want to confirm,
in most toyotas the aisan carburetors has a float level or fuel level window
and most are or must be tune in the center line or to be specific
the level of the fuel must be in the middle of the window

i recently purchased a corota RT84 and im testing and cheking for bad things
and i noticed the carburetor fuel level(float) is over the middle(last mechanic tuning)
what i mean!! is super rich!! XD ,or on the top of the window ( like a soda on the rocks :)
i want to know ,if you can help me out
this carburetor or engine specifically ,needs this kind of fuel level?
or is just a spoongi float that need replacing or a bad calibration of the float ?

i want to know if is correct or the normal fuel level must be in the middle like
all old classic toyotas

toyota corona RT84 with 6R engine
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:19 pm 

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assuming all things in your carburetor are working properly, the fuel level should be along the middle of the window.

i suggest you get the carburetor overhauled by a mechanic who have experience with that kind of carburetor and have the measurements adjusted to standard specs.


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