This is a follow-up question to my previous question. I have posted my previous question below, but have since taken the car to a repair shop. They have informed me I am in need of a carburetor rebuild, which will cost $600. I have done the research, and I know a rebuild kit is only about $20. It seems pretty simple to rebuild the carburetor; take it apart, clean it with carb cleaner, and remember how to put it all back together. Is this all that needs to be done, or are there other things, such as adjustments, tunings, etc? Would it be wise to buy a new float?
Here is my previous question:
My 1982 Impala stalled while I was making a sharp left only. It did not stall while turning right. The check engine light has been on since I purchased the car about a month ago and it has been driving fine. When the car stalled the choke/oil light and battery light came on. Any ideas on what this could be?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 AT 11:07 AM