Thread: Seadoo 951 carb removal
06-24-2009, 08:18 AM #1
Seadoo 951 carb removal
Last night started gas line carb cleaning project. Front carb bolts took a little doing but got them out. Rear carb is a different story. I think they have been worked on before, the allen wrench just spun in the bolt head. Got in there with a mirror and it was worn smooth. How the hell can you strip allen bolts? Anyway, asked myself, "self, how are you gonna get this thing off?" Self answered to just remove the bracket and work on the carb in the boat, I really only wanted to just clean the inside fuel filter anyway. Damn, cannot get those phillip head screws to budge now. Anyone, first off, have any idea how to get phillip head screws out without stripping or resorting to drilling?, and second how about the carb bolts, anyone ever stripped them?
On another note, 96xpss knows his HVAC!
Thanks again Robert.
06-24-2009, 10:24 AM #2
06-24-2009, 01:21 PM #3
If I use that I will have to unbolt the engine and lay it on its side. I may be able to pick up a longer screw driver at Sears. Just need to be able to put more torque on the carb body screws without stripping them. I am thinking the bolts are going to be a major undertaking. As long as I can get to the internal filter I will be fine.
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