Carburettor (Pierburg 2V type) - removal and refitting

1 Proceed as described for the Ford VV carburettor but note the following.

2 The Pierburg carburettor is not fitted with an anti-dieselling valve.

3 Disconnect all relevant wiring plugs and vacuum pipes, if necessary noting their locations as an aid to refitting.

4 Disconnect the throttle arm from the throttle lever by removing the retaining clip instead of disconnecting the cable (see illustration).

19.4 Throttle arm retaining clip (arrowed) -  Pierburg
19.4 Throttle arm retaining clip (arrowed) - Pierburg 2V carburettor

5 The carburettor is secured to the inlet manifold by three Torx type screws (see illustration).

19.5 Removing the carburettor securing  screws
19.5 Removing the carburettor securing screws (arrowed) - Pierburg 2V carburettor

6 On CVH models an insulator block is fitted between the carburettor and the inlet manifold in place of a gasket. There is no need to renew the insulator block on refitting.

Carburettor (Pierburg 2V type) - idle speed and mixture adjustment

Refer to Chapter 1, Sections 15 and 16.

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