HOW TO CLEAN A VW BUS CARBURETOR AIR FILTER
While the filter is drying, it’s a good time to tighten up the fan belt, check the spark plugs and clean up the motor compartment. Getting the motor up to temperature and checking the idle screws and mixture screws on the carb is a good idea too. A VW bus asks for a lot of care from its owners, but hey, fixing them and keeping them healthy is half the fun!
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