Head on down to Harbor Freight and pick up one of these Laser Thermometer dealies. I use mine all the time to figure out which cylinder of an engine isn't firing or if there is any blockage in an exhaust manifold. You can spot read the temp and find where the hot spot is. If you use it over time, you will be able to figure out where it should be and how much of a difference whatever change y
Check out this video of a deep cleaning of the gas tank.
Well, I was just following the shop manual. It shows a nut on the oil pump end of the line and says to remove it there and plug it to prevent leaks.As I am looking a little closer, I see these clips just slide around the hose to help hold the line tight to the barb. I can get it off at the carb no problem after all. Much easier.
HowdyI'm trying to get my carb off for a cleaning. I was expecting the oil line to be attached to the pump with a nut, but I find that it is held on both ends by a clip. What is the best way to get the line off with out damaging it? Should I just grab on and yank it or is their a proper way to get the hose of?Thanks for any help.Terry