1996 Seadoo GTI: How To Clean Carbs
Learning how to clean carbs on 1996 Seadoo GTIs is not too hard. Only a few supplies are needed, and all that you have to do is carefully clean the carburetor physically, and then run some Carb Cleaner through the filter. Following is advice on how to clean carbs on 1996 Seado GTIs, which are very popular personal watercraft.
- Carb Cleaner
- Soft rag
- Reed valve replacements
- First, purchase all of the supplies that you will need. Any marine supply store will have the Carb Cleaner and replacement reed valves.
Next, take the carburetor out of the boat, and set it on the floor on a clean towel. You will only be working over this, to ensure that it does not get dirty.
- Physically inspect and clean the carburetor. Look for any grime, and remove it with your hands, a rag, or the sponge. Make sure to clean the filter very well, using a sponge and some of the cleaner solution.
- Then, pour some Carb Cleaner in a bucket, and soak the Sea Doo carburetor for a few hours in this. Then, remove it from the bucket, set it back on the towel. Replace the valves to maximize the carb's performance in the jet ski, and then reinstall it in the boat.
Turn on the boat, and let it run for for twenty minutes or so, and if you have no problems with it, it should be running fine and the carburetor should be working.
Learning how to clean carbs on 1996 Seadoo GTIs is not too hard. To clean it, you just need to remove any grime and apply Carb Cleaner, though while you have it out, it can be a good idea to replace the valves.