Carter AFB Exploded Diagram

Carter AFB Exploded Diagram – 9000

AFB Exploded


1. Cover plate screw
2. Cover plate
3. Step-up rod
4. Step-up retainer spring
5. Step-up piston
6. Vacuum piston spring
7. Pin spring
8. Pump connector rod.
9. Fast idle cam connector rod
10. Countershaft lever
11. Choke connector rod
12. Pump lever screw
13. Pump lever
14. Pump S link
15. Fuel inlet fitting
16. Fuel inlet fitting gasket
17. 3/16″ Fresh air choke hose
18. Bowl cover screw
19. Bowl cover screw
20. Bowl cover
21. Float pin
22. Float
23. Needle & seat assembly
24. Bowl cover gasket
25. Plunger assembly
26. Lower plunger spring
27. Vent valve
28. Float bowl baffle
29. Secondary venturi assy. screw
30. Secondary venturi assembly
31. Secondary venturi assy. gasket
32. Auxillary valves and shaft
33. Primary venturi assembly screw
34. Primary venturi assembly
35. Primary venturi assembly gasket
36. Pump jet housing screw
37. Pump jet housing
38. Pump jet gasket
39. Pump discharge check needle, or ball & weight
40. Primary metering jet
41. Secondary metering jet
42. Idle mixture screw
43. Idle mixture screw spring
44. Coil housing retainer screw
45. Coil housing retainer
46. Choke ground wire
47. Coil housing
48. Coil housing gasket
49. Baffle plate
50. Piston housing attaching screw
51. Piston housing
52. Piston housing gasket
53. Throttle body casting
54. Base gasket
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Subaru Class Action

A lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court in New Jersey against Subaru of America, Inc. (“Subaru”) and Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd.

What is the suit about?

The suit alleges that certain Subaru vehicles suffer from a design defect that causes them to consume excessive amounts of engine oil. The lawsuit seeks class action certification for people who currently own and lease the affected vehicles, as well as for people who previously purchased or leased the affected vehicles. The suit alleges that Subaru violated certain consumer statutes and breached certain warranties to its customers.




Subaru denies the suit’s claims, maintaining that it has not violated any warranties, statutes or laws, and maintains that the vehicles in question are not defective.

What remedies are available?

Unless they exclude themselves from the class action settlement by June 13, 2016, eligible Subaru purchasers/lessees are eligible for the following remedies if the court approves the proposed settlement:

  • Cash reimbursements for expenses not previously reimbursed for vehicle oil consumption tests;
  • Cash reimbursement for expenses not previously reimbursed for vehicle repairs to address oil consumption;
  • Cash reimbursement for certain engine oil purchases, to the extent not previously reimbursed;
  • Extended Power train Limited Warranty to cover authorized repairs to correct excess oil consumption (up to the earlier of 8 years or 100,000 miles);
  • Cash reimbursement for rental car expenses and towing fees for the period of time the vehicle was being serviced for excess oil consumption.

What vehicles are involved?

Remedies are only available for people who bought or leased one of the following vehicles within the continental United States (including Alaska):

Automatic/CVT Transmission Manual Transmission
2011-2014 Forester (below VIN *529004) 2011-2015 Forester (below VIN *543624)
2012-2013 Impreza 4-door (below VIN *033336) 2012-2015 Impreza (below VIN *270253)
2012-2013 Impreza 5-door wagon (below VIN *886714) 2013-2015 Crosstrek (below VIN *2702874)
2013 Crosstrek (below VIN *856139) 2013-2014 Legacy (all)
2013 Legacy (below VIN *048086) 2013-2014 Outback (all)
2013 Outback (below VIN *321435)

For more information, including the proposed settlement agreement, the claim form, important dates, and answers to frequently asked questions, visit the lawsuit settlement page at http://www.oilconsumption.settlementclass.com/index.html.



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