Chevrolet with Old Carter Carburetors : CHEVROLET CARBURETER No. 569S 1932 thru 1936Previous | Home | Next
If carbureter loads up after considerable service, float level should be checked. Wear on lip of float lever will raise float level. Float level may be reset by bending lip of float lever down to raise float level or bending lever up to lower float level. Only a very slight bend is needed.
If motor stalls while idling, reset idle adjustment screw and throttle lever adjusting screw. If these adjustments do not correct the trouble, remove low speed jet tube and clean thoroughly with compressed air. Examine and see that tube seats gasoline-tight in body casting, top and bottom. If not, replace with a new tube of identical specifications. NEVER ('MANGE? A LOW SPEED JET TUBE FROM ONE CARBIiRETER TO ANOTIiER.
Increased resistance on foot throttle indicates a clogged pump jet. Pump jet should be removed and cleaned with compressed air, which, in many cases, will remove the dirt or lint. However, it is usually advisable to replace the pump jet, as its cost is nominal. All jets and disc checks must be seated gasoline-tight.
Poor acceleration may be due to damaged or worn plunger leather in accelerating
pump, corrosion in pump cylinder, loose or cracked cylinder, cracked plunger
cup or bent pump arm. When plunger is removed from cylinder, always use loading
tool in reassembling to avoid damage to plunger leather.
CHEVROLET SIX-1932-1936-CARBURETER 569S-LIST PRICE $17.65
WHEN SERVICING, USE GASKET ASST. No. 638A, PRICE $0.50; REPAIR PKG. No. 1089A, PRICE $7.30
PART NAMES IN BOLD TYPE, LISTED BELOW, INDICATE CONTENTS OF REPAIR PACKAGE
All Prices Subject to Prevailing Surcharge
Part No. PART NAME List Price
61-242 Metering rod spring .15
61-281 Pump connector link spring 15
62-79S Tube clamp assembly -_ - - _ .30
63-35 Spring retainer ...---....__._._.-_.-..._... ._ .07
63-44 Retainer ring - - 07
64-72S Plunger and rod assembly (Identify by
Shaft No. 49-129) . . . . 1.05
75-485 Metering rod—standard—.067"-.067" to
.062"-.062" to .060"-.046 -._- _ ._ .. . .45
75-517 Metering rod—I size lean—.068"-.068" to
.065"-.065" to .064"-.049 - _ . . .45
101-10 Wire clamp screw .07
101-28 Throttle shaft arm clamp screw 07
101-121 Throttle lever adjusting screw 07
101-143S Attaching screw and washer assembly .07
101-144S Attaching screw and washer assembly (7) .07
0 5 - I I Tube clamp screw (2) .07
105A-8 Tube clamp nut - __...._ - _._ (2) .07
105A-13 Flange nut (2) .07
114-15S Throttle shaft arm and screw assembly .30
115-72 Throttle connector rod .35
118-43 Dust cover 75
20-1155 Metering rod jet assembly—.093" Dr. .45
121-67 Bowl cover gasket .15
122-45S Intake disk check assembly___ _ .35
122-735 Discharge disk check assembly .35
1 2 9 - 1 8 Metering rod disk . . .... .04
1 3 6 - 1 9 tPlug washer (conical 136-50 (•flat) __ .02
36-20 [Plug washer (conical) 136-49 (flat)... . _ (2) .02
36-27 [Plug washer (conical) 136-48 (flat) - (2) .02
46-115S Bowl cover and countershaft assembly. _ 1.85
150A-10 Pin spring (3) .02
150A-15 Pin spring _ ._-_.-... _ -. .02
163-14 Felt packing 07
Part No. IA-17 2-104 3-552S 6-374S 7-107 II-1735 IIB-12
Throttle valve --.-
Throttle shaft and lever assembly-.._ Air horn assembly- _
Choker valve -
Low speed jet assembly Rivet plug -
Disk check passage plug Rivet plug
Fump jet passage plug
Nozzle and idle passage plug-Nozzle assembly
Choker shaft and lever assembly *Needle seat gasket
*..letering rod jet gasket_
Pump cylinder gasket—upper
Nozie gasket -.._
Air horn gasket.__ - - Float and lever assembly.-..__.
Frost lever pin.._ _ - - .-Needle and seat assembly Strainer gauze -
Idle adjustment screw-
Choke valve attaching screw - (2) 2 for
Tlrottle valve attaching screw. .(2) 2 for
Pump jet, 72 drill
Pump lever assembly
Adjusting screw lock spring --_...
Connector rod spring Plunger spring ._.
Chcker valve spring -..._ ._.
*Gaskets so marked must be soaked in 90 proof de-a ured alcohol for 15 minutes, installed on part, and let dry before using. t Note: The use of flat or conical plug washers should be determined by shape of seat in casting.
Small figures in parentheses preceding list prices i;sdicate number of pieces used in one carbureter. Where no figure is shown, one is used.