|Solex 44PHN-3 Rebuild - Assembly Part 2|
Thread the idle jet into the idle jet body. Tighten the idle jet securely.
|Check to be sure the surface of the carburetor body is clean and completely free of any old gasket material. Lay a new gasket in place on the carburetor body with the holes in the gasket aligned with the matching holes in the body.|
|Check to be sure the matching surface of the float bowl is clean and free of any old gasket material.|
|Secure the float bowl to the carburetor body with the six attaching screws. Tighten the screws evenly and alternately to prevent warping the bowl. To repair a warped bowl manufacture a jig, using flat metal stock that will sandwich the top and bottom of the bowl. Place in a vise and apply a small amount of pressure. Apply heat to the bowl being careful not to melt it. It can happen fast, so keep an eye out. Put a bit more pressure on the vise and let cool.|
|If the accelerator pump cover was removed from the accelerator pump rod, slide the spring onto the rod. Slide the arm of the pump ocver onto the rod and then thread the nut onto the rod.|
Tighten the nut the same number of turns required to remove the nut. If the turns were not counted, but a measurement of the distance the rod extended through the nut was made, then tighten the nut until this same measurement is obtained.
|Set the spring into the pump recess, and then lay the diaphragm onto the spring with the screw holes in the diaphragm aligned with the matching holes in the carburetor.|
|Secure the accelerator pump cover in place with the attaching screws. Tighten the screws evenly and alternately.|
|Attach a clean flame arrester to the carburetor and secure it in place with the four nuts. Tighten the nuts securely.|