FUEL COCK (TC-TXC)
The left-side tap (2) is a screw tap: screw the ring nut (A) to close
the tap, loosen the ring nut to open the tap.
WARNING*: Be careful not to touch the hot
engine while operating the fuel valve.
A fuel filter is incorporated in the fuel valves. Accumulation of
dirt in the filter will restrict the flow of the fuel to the carburetor.
Therefore, the fuel filter should be serviced periodically.
1 Loosen the input plug (1) on the fuel tank and close the tap;
2 Remove the fuel hose (3) from the carburetor and insert the
hose in a vessel;
3 Open the tap and drain the fuel out of the tank;
4 Remove the fuel valve by removing the screws. Wash the fuel
screen filter in cleaning solvent;
5 Reassemble the fuel valve in the reverse order of removal. Open
the tap and check for leaks.
FUEL INJECTION ENGINE (TE-SMR)
On vehicles which are fitted with a fuel injection engine, the fuel
pump is built into the fuel tank and there is no tap mounted on
the fuel supply system. The quantity of remaining fuel is indicat-
ed on the digital dash-board by the special warning light (see on
1. Fuel tank cap
2. Fuel cock
3. Fuel hose
A. Tap ring nut