How To Clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs
Learning how to clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs is not too hard. This type of popular watercraft can be slowed down, and sometimes it will not run, because of a dirty carburetor, so it never hurts to clean it. Following is advice on how to clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs to make them run better. Before you begin, buy everything you need to buy the carburetor. Any marine supply store will have what you need.
How to Clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs: Supplies
- Carb Cleaner spray
- Pipe cleaner
How to Clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs
- If the carb is not removed from the boat, take it out. You will need to be able to access all of it to clean it thoroughly. Set it on a towel before you begin.
- First, see if there is anything that you can manually pick off. Wear gloves, and gently work your hands around the carb's surface to see if you can remove any dirt or debris from your Seadoo carburetor.
- Spray a little carb cleaner or WD-40 onto the carburetor. Then, with a light rag, gently scrub it to remove any grime or dirt that is on it, and get rid of all the salt that has encrusted on it if you have used your Seadoo in saltwater.
- Then, use a pipe cleaner or the edge of the rag to clean the fuel water separator filter thoroughly. Spray a little bit of Carb Cleaner in it, and then set it back in the boat.
- Once you have cleaned the car and the filter is in place, let the boat run idly for about 15 minutes. This should allow the cleaner in the filter to work through, and your boat should run smoothly afterwards.
Learning how to clean 1996 Seadoo Carbs is not too hard. All that you need to do is gently clean it with a rag and some cleaning spray, and add a little cleaning solution to the fuel water separation filter, and let that run through. Then, if the carb was the problem with it, your personal watercraft should run smoothly.