Re: ROCHESTER 2G HELP part one:
The vent tube on a 2G carb is the bologna sliced tube in the venturi at the top.
Use a small funnel and pour fuel in, carefully.
When you open the throttle and fuel squirts out, the bowl level is high enough to fill the pump upon retraction, or releasing the throttle, generally menaing fuel level is good.
When you smell raw fuel, the engine is flooded. Remove a spark plug to see if it is saturated with fuel. If so, remove the rest and blow dry.
Holding the throttle wide open during cranking is a quick remedy in 'cleaning out' the combustion chambers of raw fuel.
There is no starting instructions on the sun visor. Depress the throttle to set the choke closed, if cold enough. At the same time the choke plate closes, a fast idle cam on the pass side is placed into position to allow the engine to fast idle until engine/choke warms up sufficiently then drops out when throttle is feathered after starting/running for a length of time, maybe 30-90 seconds, depending upon ambient temperature.
Look to ebay to find a reproduced Owner's Manual.
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