Complete schedule of the carburetor 2E7 Complete schedule Carb 2E7 - Part II The following is the name of the

components : Note: The names given are designated by the manufacturer if the Brosol. Many c omponents may not exist in your carburetor, therefore, depend on the vehicle and the model to have more or fewer components. Number 1 2 3 3a 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 8th 12th 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 24th 28 28th 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Component Name Body Carb screw to adjust the mix of idle kit throttle cable support bracket kit throttle cable kit hose kit pump or diaphragm acceleration pump diaphragm pump throttle valve throttle switch Mix Kit plug and gasket Valve Tube Gun Kit Maximu m Float and Needle shaft inlet valve needle valve threaded Kit diffuser trunk of the second diffuser body Kit body Kit's trunk first positioner pneumatic thrott le cable kit land, aeration and back Calibrator idle Tampa carb Element filter t he petrol gauge main body of the first calibrator main body of the second spring support bracket kit throttle lever and choke Kit Hose Kit for air conditioning hoses and ethanol emissions Valve two-or three-way pneumatic positioner air cond itioning - kicker Kit pneumatic positioner of the second body kit throttle Kit K it throttle cam of the second body mounting kit for two valves, two-way spring r eturn throttle Screen filtering of two-way valve gauges mechanical aeration tube Ground wire Damper Pneumatic - DASH-POT Kit lever for air conditioning kit conn ecting the canister screw to adjust the idle speed stop lever Kit Kit accelerato r pump cam screw Regulating the kicker valve repair kit for maximum support of t he positioner air conditioning Support three-way valve electric pneumatic damper Support Carburetor Brosol 2E7 - Adjustments While not manufacture more cars with carbure tor, we will describe how to proceed in this matter fits one of the best carbure tors used in domestic cars, like Santana, Monza, Uno, etc.. This is the model of the 2E7 Brosol. The data presented here refer to the carburetor used Volkswagen in line with the code 026 129 015.1 (petrol) and 026 129015.3 (alcohol). The pr ocess of disassembly, assembly and adjustments are the same for all carbs 2E7 in cluding those of the other lines. What changes is the data as calibration values and settings, which should be found a table. In the figure we have a 3E7 carbur etor with idle control electronics (done through a command control unit). The ba sic procedures for repair are the same carbs 2E7 except idle, because the system is controlled electronically. :: Table of calibration - carburetor 2E7 Stages of fuel operation code carburetor diameter primary diffuser (mm) Diameter of secondary diffuser (mm) leading Calibre Calibre spray air sprayer main Calib er spray idle air Calibre idle diameter tube caliber gun ( mm) Gauge Valve Maxim um Flow Pump acceleration blow hole discharge from idling (mm) Valve stylus (mm) Height of float (mm) Top opening of second stage idling rotation (rpm) Index CO (%) Alcohol 1. est. 2. est. 026 129 015.3 21 25 8 7 135 220 100 110 47 120 0.7 70 1. 6 2 2.5 to 2.0 cm3 26.5 to 28.5 48 to 58 950-1050 3.5 to 4.5 Gasoline first. est. 2. est. 026 129 015.1 22 26 July 8 110 127 100 110 50 150 0 .35 70 0.9 to 1.3 cm 3 2.5 2 26.5 to 28.5 48 to 58 3A4 900-1000 Before starting the disassembly procedures, adjustment and assembly will pass th e measures of a tool you will use to measure the height of the float. It is easy to manufacture and very helpful.

Below the drawing tool. - Tool for adjusting the height of float carburetors in 2E7. The thickness of th e plate should be 2 mm and the recommended material is steel SAE 1030. You can u se other materials like aluminum. The tool can not contain burrs. Note: All amou nts are in millimeters. The following is a breakdown of components: On the cover of the carburetor, you will find the top three calibers. What has a slot is the size fuel / air from idling. What is positioned in the middle is th e size of air spray principal of the first stage and the other the size of the a ir spray's main second stage.€Only the fuel gauge / air idle speed may be remov ed from the cap by a screwdriver. Be careful not to damage the groove of calibra tor. At the bottom of the lid you will find two sizes (1 and 2) and two tubes (3). Th e caliber is a side choke butterfly is the the main gauge of the spray. Size 2 i s the sprayer's main second stage. The two tubes (3) are the fishermen of the sy stem and additional transition of the second body. Only two gauges should be rem oved for cleaning. The tubes should be cleaned in the very cover of the carburet or. :: Removing the carburetor Install the carburetor on a suitable medium or a piec e of wood in a rectangular shape so as not to let the throttle butterfly shaft r ests against the bench. This prevents warping of the shaft. Remove the gauge and the idle screws on the cover (there are five). Check the table if the sizes are correct. If they are incorrect should be replaced. Note: The screws different. cover have lengths Secure the lid carefully in a vice and remove the shaft of the buoy with a bag-p ins. Remove the float valve and the stylus. Some models of carburetor, the valve seat stylus is pressed on the cap and screw it on other models. Note: The bag-p ins must have a diameter of 2mm and can be made of steel SAE 1045. Very careful not to break the axle bearing of the buoy. Look at the picture and watch the rig ht side to push the shaft. Clean the pipes with compressed air fishermen and observe whether their aeration holes (1) are clear. Use only compressed air to clean the pipes and ducts built into the carburetor. Never insert anything into hurricanes in order not to incr ease the diameter. If you are too clogged and the air is not sufficient to recom mend a chemical bath in the lid and use the ultrasound equipment. Remove the nozzles of the first and second body holding the lid of the carbureto r in a vise. Use one or two screwdrivers to make a lever. Wipe diffusers with ga soline or similar and give a jet of compressed air in its internal passages. Not e: Both broadcasters have a gasket itself. The junta, in turn, has the correct s ide for mounting. Therefore, the assembly put the joint, the diffuser and then l ock the diffuser, without changing their original positions in order not to obst ruct the passage of the mixture. Remove the existing filter in the fuel inlet pipe, with the aid of a screwdriver or a fine tip with screw thread for wood. This filter has a conical shape and i s basically a screen which prevents impurities from reaching the valve thick sty lus, causing problems in fuel overflow or blockage. Use compressed air to clean the fuel input channel. Remove support throttle, releasing three screws from the bracket. Watch out for the housing of the throttle shaft, where a spring will bounce at the time of rem oval. Be very careful not to lose it. This spring has a calibration and should n

ot be replaced by any other. Remove the throttle pneumatic device as shown alongside. Use a bag-pin for this purpose. When trying to grab the pin elastic pneumatic device take great care no t to damage or enlarge the holes, otherwise the pin come off very easily. The di ameter of the bag-pins must Fabricate steel SAE 1045. be 2.5 mm. Carefully remove the injector tube (similar to a cable umbrellas). Remove the el ectromagnetic valve system of rapid acceleration (verfigura the side). Note: Som e models do not have this valve. It serves to block passage of fuel when the ign ition is turned off. Remove the accelerator pump by loosening the four screws. Examine components, ma inly the diaphragm as dryness or holes. Replace it if necessary. Make sure the h ole in the chamber, for the return of fuel to the tank is clear. Clean all the c hannels with compressed air. The acceleration pump comprises a diaphragm, a retu rn spring and a rubber valve in the shape of umbrellas. Note 1: When installing the pump acceleration, position the lever about one thir d of its total travel and tighten the screws to prevent deformation of the diaph ragm. Note 2: If you are too clogged and the air is not clean enough to use chem ical bath and ultrasound. Another alternative and particles using a. We recommen d using the CAR-80. For details about this product, please contact us to pass th e technical and purchasing. Remove the valve top. Remove your diaphragm and clean their channels with compre ssed air.€Remove the pneumatic positioner of the second stage. To do this, drop the rod positioned with the help of a screwdriver. Remove the complete assembly by unscrewing the two screws. Check with a vacuum pump (apply 350mmHg) possible leaks in the pneumatic positioner. If so, replace the component. :: Setting the carburetor on the bench to check the height of the float, put the lid of the carburetor slightly tilted (approximately 30 in the vertical plane) so that the float valve just touch the stylus, but without it, push. Use the cal iber of construction itself and make sure the size is within the prescribed valu e (26.5 to 28.5 mm). If necessary, replace the valve needle and stylet. If the d imensions are still out of specification, replace the float. Check also the poss ibility of being headquartered outside of their normal height. Fill the bowl of the carburetor and crank the handle until fuel begins to be inj ected. The aim of the jet should be directed at the crack of the throttle butter fly. If you are out of specification, adjust the positioning of the gun with pli ers, being careful not to break it. With the lid on the carburetor, the jet shou ld hit the outside face of the diffuser. Check that the injection volume is adequate. For this, you should use a graduate d burette and one funnel, as shown alongside. Loosen all the adjusting screw rot ation. Crank shaft of the butterfly throttle until the end of your course 10 tim es, with the tank full. The volume injected must be between 16-20 cm3. Example for volume and 1.6 to 2.0 cm3 per hit. If the injected value is not specified, the carburetor must be adjusted put the screwdriver into the cam adjustment screw (picture beside) Egira the cam in one direction or the other until the volume is within the specified. Note: If the va lue is not obtained, check the system as fast acceleration and plugging or damag ed diaphragm. To adjust the slack "Y" and "Z" butterfly fold acceleration of the second stage

with the help of pliers, the ears of the metal lever. The clearance "Y" should b e between 0.5 to 1.1 mm, while the slack "Z" should be between 0.4 to 0.7 mm (se e figure opposite). By folding these ears, take great care not to break them. Th is system, when she closed the throttle, the action of a force, whose purpose is to prevent depression in her cause openings to bring damage to the engine opera ting at idle. Check the perfect functioning of the pneumatic positioner of the second stage. T o do this, disconnect the hose from depression this device. Install a vacuum pum p in the hose and apply a vacuum of 350 mmHg. Open the throttle to accelerate th e first stage. When reaching a certain angle in the first butterfly stage, the a xis of the second butterfly stage will start to open. With the throttle fully op en the first stage, the second must also be fully opened. If not, make sure the hose is not leaking. To adjust the butterfly throttle, disconnect the hose from the pneumatic device for depression throttle. Operate the throttle lever so that the throttle complet ely close. Apply a vacuum at the hose pneumatic device with a vacuum pump (350 m mHg). The butterfly should open creating a gap of 3.5 mm in carbs petrol and 4.0 mm in carbs alcohol. To verify this opening, using drills with diameters should be equal to the clearances specified. If the gap found in the butterfly throttle is different from that specified no n eed to adjust. Close the butterfly drowned completely and apply a depression of 350 mmHg in pneumatic device. With the aid of a screwdriver, turn the adjustment screw on one side or another to be able to correct the gap. Check with the bit if the value is specified. Check the pneumatic device for leaks. We will now check the positive opening of the throttle acceleration of the first stage with a butterfly throttle closed. With the carburetor mounted, fully clos e the butterfly throttle. Thus the throttle acceleration from the first stage sh ould open a small angle. Measure this gap with the aid of a drill. For carbs alc ohol that opening up the slack should be between 1 and 1.05 mm. Carburetors for gasoline, this gap should be between 0.65 to 0.8 mm (see figure opposite). If the value of the positive opening is not as specified, adjust it using the sc rew. This bolt is embedded within a plastic cover with a seal and is with its en d resting on the butterfly throttle lever,€are interconnected to the throttle a cceleration. Remove the seal and adjust the positive opening. :: Setting the carburetor to the engine after all adjustments made on the counte rtop, install the carburetor on the engine. Run the engine and wait for the heat ing phase until the second drive of the electric-fan cooling system. Make sure t hat the throttle butterfly is not thrown. Set the rotation to 950-1050 for engin es alcohol and 900-1000 for the gasoline through the adjustment screw rpm 1 (see figure beside). Use a tachometer (tachometer) for this purpose. Adjust the level of CO (carbon monoxide) through the screw used for mixing two ( see figure opposite). The rate of CO should be 3,5 to 4,5% for engines alcohol a nd 3-4% for gasoline engines. For this setting, use a gas analyzer. While adjust ing the CO, make sure that the crankcase breather is disconnected. For optimum adjustment of the carburetor, it is necessary that the other engine systems that influence its operation is perfectly in order, as::: Ignition Syste m - Ropes - Sails - Coil - Distributor - Adjustment of the initial ignition. :: Cooling system - proper operating temperature: Distribution mechanics - Regul ating Valve - Timing belt sprocket. Besides all the items shown above, is of par amount importance that the fuel used is of good quality.