Lately it seems that I’m my own worse enemy.
Car ran fine yesterday and started right up.
Today I took the top off my rear Stromberg carburetor to do a minor cleaning, carefully removed the spring, carefully undid the four screws holding down the diaphragm, carefully removed the diaphragm and then carefully removed the (dirty) piston.
Cleaned everything with spray carb cleaner, wiped it down with a lint free rag. Assembled it in exactly the same order (and way) as originally. Added SU Damper Oil (probably slightly more than what was in it when I took it apart).
Now the car won’t start! Doesn’t even begin to catch. I didn’t touch the choke and it is fully “on” when I pull the choke cable…
I didn’t touch anything else on the carb…and I’m at a compete loss as to what I did - and especially what I need to do now.
As always - advice is greatly appreciated!