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Old 05-23-2005, 01:21 PM   #1
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Question webber 36/32 carb filter question???

Where the heck is the fuel filter on these carbs? Is the fuel filter on these carbureators when hooked up to a toyota 22r engine in the fuel line leading up to the carbureator? or is one of those ones where the fuel filter is actually inside the carbureator and I have to rip the fuel in line out and change the little filter. Please let me know if you know. Thanks-Sampson
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on my 22r there is a fuel filter on one of the bedmounts just in front of the right rear tire.....
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Old 05-23-2005, 06:35 PM   #3
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cool I'll check

Thanks man I"ll take a look there tomorrow when I have some time to kill. What kind of vehicle is it? Also do you have the webber carb or a stock carb? Thanks-Sampson
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i have a stock carb, 22r pickup 4x2.... there isnt a filter anywhere in the carb itself or anywhere up front of the truck.. the lines run to the mechanical fuel pump and stright to the carb....
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Old 05-24-2005, 09:58 PM   #5
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trucks with mechanical fuel pumps('80 20R, and all 22R) had the fuel filter under the bed. carb doesn't matter, never heard of one with an integrated filter...
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Old 05-24-2005, 10:06 PM   #6
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trucks with mechanical fuel pumps('80 20R, and all 22R) had the fuel filter under the bed. carb doesn't matter, never heard of one with an integrated filter...

didn't i say that? yeah, never heard of any carb ever having its own internal filter..... its under the bed in front of the right (rear) tire on a bedmount.... (think i said this befroe as well)
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Thanks guys that helps a lot. I think I'll be replacing that soon. Not really cause I need to as it has only died on me twice in a week, but just what the hell why not. That is something I haven't replaced yet . How hard is that thing to pull, I'm assuming pretty easy like most of em? Thanks-Sampson
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it literally takes 2 minutes to change, cost only like $2 also
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yeah its easy... i have these little pinch clamp things that i use so fuel doesnt leak out... got them at kratgens, they cost 2x as much as the filter and you can still get them and a filter for under $15
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The fuel filter on my 84 4Runner is attached to the inside of the frame rail under the passenger seat. Im running a Weber 38/38 on my 22R. Has anyone had problems with the engine dieseling sometimes when shut off? Would a fuel cut off solenoid fix this?
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