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Information

Size US Item # CAN Item # SDS Doc
16oz 800002230 29216 |US |CAN EN |CAN FR
14oz 800002230 |US
WARNING

This product can expose you to chemicals including Toluene, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Directions

  • 800002230 - 16oz

    Keep away from battery terminals and electrical connections. Spray with can in upright position. Insert plastic tube firmly into valve button.

    With engine off and cool:
    Carburetor: Remove the air cleaner and clean the outside of the carburetor and all of the linkage. Avoid spraying electrical connections. Manifold heat control: Spray on exposed ends of cool heat riser shaft. Allow to penetrate and clean. Move counterweight up and down until free.

    With engine running:
    Carburetor: Spray to both ends of the choke valve shaft while working choke by hand. Spray down and around the carburetor throat to remove deposits from the throttle plate area. Do not spray down carburetor throat with engine off. Do not spray below throttle plate. Choke: If choke sticks, remove choke cover and spray. PCV Valve: Disconnect the crankcase side of the valve and spray into the open end of the valve while working the plunger back and forth.

    Not recommended for fuel-injected vehicles. Will not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors. Contains no methanol or methylene chloride. If sprayed on painted surface, wipe off at once.

  • 800002230 - 14oz

    Keep away from battery terminals and electrical connections. Spray with can in upright position. Insert plastic tube firmly into valve button.

    With engine off and cool:
    Carburetor: Remove the air cleaner and clean the outside of the carburetor and all of the linkage. Avoid spraying electrical connections. Manifold heat control: Spray on exposed ends of cool heat riser shaft. Allow to penetrate and clean. Move counterweight up and down until free.

    With engine running:
    Carburetor: Spray to both ends of the choke valve shaft while working choke by hand. Spray down and around the carburetor throat to remove deposits from the throttle plate area. Do not spray down carburetor throat with engine off. Do not spray below throttle plate. Choke: If choke sticks, remove choke cover and spray. PCV Valve: Disconnect the crankcase side of the valve and spray into the open end of the valve while working the plunger back and forth.

    Not recommended for fuel-injected vehicles. Will not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors. Contains no methanol or methylene chloride. If sprayed on painted surface, wipe off at once.

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byKirk onGumout
Do not use on rubber orings!!!

So I'm rebuilding my Honda CB750 carbs. I get them all apart and Cleaned. now I will say this did clean the gunk inside, they had been sitting for some time. i left the project on the shelf for some time and it got dusty. Today I pull them off the Shelf and figured i'll pray them out and then start to re-Assemble. There was a little in the bottom of the needle seats and some in some of the groves where the o-rings go but i Didn't think anything of it. I get it all together and forget to Adjust the floats so i pulled one of them back off and i see the o-ring for the bowl as Swollen and Doesn't fit anymore and the rubber on the needle is Swollen and wont move. no where on the can does this stuff say it will ruin rubber o-rings. now i have to re-order 4 more kits to put my carbs back together. over 100.00 out of my pocket. Do Not use this near Anything rubber!!!!!

byRafael onGumout
Cleaning

Hey does your carb/choke cleaner also work on gun parts like the barrel

byDownrb onGumout
Cleans like new

I've been buying your car burn choke cleaner for 45 years. And it always cleans like new

byTJ 78 onGumout
NEVER DISAPPOINTED WITH THE RESULTS

I have been a user of gumout products since the early 70's when I first used their carb/choke cleaner... As the years have progressed and they came out with more products to try and as usual I have never been let down by any of the products I have used like the power steering stop leak and conditioner, the gas stabilizer, and more... I'm using the injector cleaner in my diesel now and so far I'm satisfied as usual....

byBill onGumout
Good for everything !

"There is hardly an application that this product does not work for. It was designed to free up chokes and carburetor parts and clean grime from parts but I use it all the time to clean tools and stubborn floor stains. One shot and the stains disappear ! Thanks for such a good product."

byBill onGumout
Good for everything !

There is hardly an application that this product does not work for. It was designed to free up chokes and carburetor parts and clean grime from parts but I use it all the time to clean tools and stubborn floor stains. One shot and the stains disappear ! Thanks for such a good product.

byMarty onGumout
Easy to use - modest quantity gets the job done !

I have used this product for many years and always keep a couple of cans on the shelf in my shop. I restore antique cars and often find the need to clean old carburetors - as well as those of friends who have not maintained their old cars. I also have friends who will come by to "borrow" my carb cleaner....BECAUSE IT WORKS !!!

byTJ 78 onGumout
NEVER DISAPPOINTED WITH THE RESULTS

I have been a user of gumout products since the early 70's when I first used their carb/choke cleaner... As the years have progressed and they came out with more products to try and as usual I have never been let down by any of the products I have used like the power steering stop leak and conditioner, the gas stabilizer, and more... I'm using the injector cleaner in my diesel now and so far I'm satisfied as usual....

byDownrb onGumout
Cleans like new

I've been buying your car burn choke cleaner for 45 years. And it always cleans like new

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