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Old 03-04-2012, 04:58 PM
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Carb rebuild help!!! 1982 f100

I'm about halfway finished rebuilding the carburetor on my f100, 300 straight 6. Problem is that there is a tiny ball bearing that is supposed to go somewhere, I think, but I can't figure for the life of me where it's supposed to go. The rebuild kit assembly page isn't any help at all. can anybody help me figure this out?
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look where the accelerator pump is. There is usually a ball that acts as a check valve there. Not sure what carb you have...I'm thinking of a Holley but it's the only place I can think of for a ball.
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This is a picture of a typical holley acc pump ball check.
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I just rebuilt my yfa last weekend. I used these videos to help me out. Carter YFA Carburetor Rebuild Part 1 of 4 - YouTube

Carter YFA Carburetor Rebuild Part 2 of 4 - YouTube

Carter YFA Carburetor Rebuild Part 3 of 4 - YouTube

Carter YFA Carburetor Rebuild Part 4 of 4 - YouTube

I found these videos very helpful. I had never torn apart a carb bigger than one on a honda generator motor before, and I got my YFA done no sweat. Even covers adjustments as well. This guy sells rebuild kits for all kinds of carburetors, too. Hope this helps.
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Look at this diagram, it shows the check ball and the check weight.

There is a plastic hose that connects the accelerator pump diaphragm housing to the orifice where the accelerator pump check ball and check weight goes into.

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