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Cars / Trucks / Vans Category: Engine System

Problem:

Engine, with a carburetor system, stalls when the vehicle attempts to make corner turns or otherwise navigate through curvy roads.

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Solution:

Simply, it's all a matter of the engine's inability to receive its gas in the process of the vehicle's navigating around street corners and through curvy roads that causes engine stalling. 

Specifically, the float bowl of the carburetor does not contain enough gas, causing the inlet

 

valve thereof to not encounter and take in gas since whatever gas is in the float bowl gravitates to the angle/tilt moves of the vehicle (and away from the inlet valve) as the vehicle navigates corners and curvy roads.  With this being the case, no gas gets to the inlet valve to ultimately travel to the engine, and with this engine starvation of gas, the engine momentarily stalls and does so until the navigation of the corner or curve is complete, as only upon the completion of the curvy navigation can the tilt move exist no more so that gas is not consequently swayed by the force of a tilt to one side and away from the gas-engine-feeding inlet valve.

The root cause of there being not enough gas in the float bowl of the carburetor to begin with is the fact that the carburetor float has been raised to such a low level that not much gas has been permitted to come into the bowl.  Thus, the position of the carburetor float should definitely be significantly raised so that much more gas can enter into the float bowl and be tapped and drawn by the inlet valve to fuel the engine, all possible even when the tilts occur while the vehicle, yet again, navigates corners and curvy roads.

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