If I adjust the float up slightly will I have to make any other types of adjustments, ie timing, idle etc. Will this effect air fuel mixture?
The problem I'm having is when I come to a stop and step on the brake the car wants to die and I have to keep my foot on the gas so the car won't stall while I step on brake. When I'm driving it seems to have lots of power and no problem as long as I don't step on the brakes.
I just got carb installed at a shop. I checked to see if hoses were hooked up right and found 2 unhooked and 2 hooked up wrong. I fixed them. The only other thing I noticed was the gas level is not in the middle of the site glass. It's at the bottom of the site glass. I'm thinking the bowl has enough gas to start and run the car but when the brakes are applied the extra load uses more gas and the carb doesn't have enough gas in it to maintain the deceleration when the brakes are applied. Am I right about this or is something else going on. Can somebody help me with this.?
I have a new fuel pump, new fuel pump relay, new fuel filter new remanufactured carburetor and new distributor.
86 Honda Accord LX 4dr sedan, 2.0L, 2 barrel keihin carb, auto, ac and tec distributor, CA emissions.