Tips & Warnings
You can add fuel additives into the tank as well, to help keep your fuel system clean and carburetor flowing at its best.
A regular cleaning of the carb at routine intervals is suggested. The time between cleanings will depend on your driving habits, but every 3,000 miles or with an oil change is a good benchmark.
If the engine stalls out during cleaning, just wait a couple of minutes and restart.
Be sure to change your fuel filter on a regular basis to help eliminate any debris from entering the carburetor.
Always wear your safety goggles when spraying the cleaners, especially when the engine is on, as the drafts may kick up the chemicals into your eyes.
Be sure to remove any loose jewelry, such as bracelets and necklaces, while working under the hood with the motor running. Always be aware of the location of moving parts like the belts and fan blade.
NEVER spray the lubricant into the carb; only use it on the outside connection areas for lubrication and cleaning.