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Carburetor Assembly

Part Number: 16100-Z0J-013
Honda
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $39.12
Ships within 1 business day

*This part replaces obsolete part #: 16100-Z0J-003, 16100-ZL8-803 and 16100-ZL8-802.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Honda
Product Number: 16100-Z0J-013
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.50 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
This is an Original Manufacturer Approved Carburetor Assembly used on a variety of Honda Small Engines. It has a Metal Body and it is Sold Individually. The purpose of this part is to mix air and gas before the fuel mix goes to the engine. If the engine won\\\'t start and the tank is full of fresh fuel, test the carburetor by removing the air filter and pouring about a teaspoon of fuel into the carburetor. Pull the starter rope. If the engine starts and then quickly dies, the carburetor is likely the problem.
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Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Honda
GC160 (Type PHA)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type PXA)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type QBC)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type QHA)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type QHA1)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type QHA2)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type QHAJ)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type WKT2)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160 (Type WME2)(VIN# GCAH-1000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160A (Type DEAF)(VIN# GCAHA-8000001) Small Engine
GC160A (Type DHAF)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type MEA2)(VIN# GCAHA-8000001-9999999) Small Engine
GC160A (Type MHA2)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type PHA)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QBC)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QDE)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QEA)(VIN# GCAHA-8000001) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QHA)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QHA1)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QHA2)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QHAF)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type QHAJ)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type VHA)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160A (Type VXA)(VIN# GCAHA-1000001-3599749) Small Engine
GC160LA (Type DHAF)(VIN# GCAHA-3599750-8000000) Small Engine
GC160LA (Type MHA2)(VIN# GCAHA-3599750-8000000) Small Engine
GC160LA (Type MHAB)(VIN# GCAHA-3599750-8000000) Small Engine
GC160LA (Type QHA1)(VIN# GCAHA-3599750-8000000) Small Engine
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Engine
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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
48 of 50 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Insulator Gasket - 16212-ZL8-000
Carburetor Gasket - 16221-883-800
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, 1/4 drive socket set, 10mm socket
Honda GC160, would ONLY run when CHOKE was on,
My Honda GC160 5hp for my pressure washer was left outside under a deck all winter.
When I went to start it , it took a while, but once stared would only run whit the choke on, as soon as I pushed the choke back in , it would die. Main Carb circuit/jet plugged, or gas problem from sitting all winter. I pulled the fuel bowl, a little gunk in it , cleaned, flushed, air pressure dried, reassembled. Still same problem ! I did this 4 times, even unscrewing and blowing out the main jet with compressed air from my compressor. Still the same !!! a little better ,It would run until the choke was 1/2 way back in. BUT , still not good enough for pressure washing. So I did a search ,I found others had this problem, they changed the carburetor and problem gone. So I then ordered the carburetor , and gaskets and plastic insulator form ereplacements. Good Price ! Quick Shipping !
Once it arrived I pulled the parts out , well wrapped, No bent gaskets !!! , You will have to remove the fuel tank, drain it into a container, not into the gravel or drive and have it run down the sewer. I then replaced the carburetor on the motor, making sure to replace the gaskets, all it takes is a 10mm socket and a long screwdriver to hold the Plastic Insulator and gaskets in place, as you install the bolts that hold it all together. it took about 20 minutes for me, but like I said I had done it 4 times the week before. After it was installed it started on the 5th pull and has been a 1 or 2 pull motor ever since. Don't mess around trying to clean the old carb, the passages are just too small, The price and quality of the new was great.
Hats off to you guys ! Thank You
RJH
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8 of 10 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Air Cleaner Element - 17211-ZL8-023
Carburetor Gasket - 16221-883-800
Carburetor Gasket - 16228-ZL8-000
Gasket- Air Cleaner - 17228-ZL8-000
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set
Honda Excell Pressure Washer - Gummed Up Carb
After purchasing a new pump for my old Honda Excell pressure washer, I was bummed to find out that my carb had apparently fouled/gummed over the winter. I spent a few hours and bucks on trying to clean the carb, but to no avail. After testing the fuel pump to see if was functioning perfectly I was very pleased to see that for only $28 I could get the carb, gaskets, and a new air cleaner from here!! Having already taken the old carb on/off a few times I was plenty familiar with the myriad of items that have to be held up and go through two bolts for this engine/carb setup. After 4-5 pulls(cause the fuel bowl was dry), the engine started right up. I was finally able to pressure wash my driveway this past weekend and the engine fired on the first pull and ran for 7 hours without fault. Love the great price for parts, and fast shipping here, and will certainly return if anything else should fail on my small engines!!
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6 of 8 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Tube- Fuel - 17702-ZL8-000
Carburetor Insulator - 16211-ZL8-000
Insulator Gasket - 16212-ZL8-000
Tube- Fuel Tank - 17701-ZL8-000
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set
Engine submerged under water from hurricane. Water in oil.
Drain water from fuel and oil system. Remove all items to access and remove carburetor. Replace with new carburetor, gaskets, hoses etc.

Flush oil system with mineral spirits or other solvent. Compressed air to flush out fumes . May have to change oil 4x before oil starts to loose "milky" appearance.

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4 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Generator
Parts Used:
Carburetor Gasket - 16221-883-800
Spring- Governor - 16561-ZL8-000
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set
Surging, unstable RPM.
This repair was performed on a pressure washer with a Honda motor. This model has no fuel filter so some dirt had gotten in the carb, and the governor spring was damaged. Also the mixture adjustment screw was damaged on the carb. I see a kit is available to install a filter, may do that next. For the price of a complete carb ($20) no reason to mess with fixing the old one. Remove the gas tank, 3 bolts, then the air filter and carb. two bolts. Hardest part is getting the linkage assembled before re-assembly of the carb/air cleaner. Pretty easy.
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Dead Carburetor on Old Tiller
The carburetor on my 10+ year old tiller finally stopped working correctly. I took the old one off and put the new one on. It wasn't as hard as I'd envisioned. I had my husband check my work when he came home as I'd never done this before. It took a few pulls and my old tiller works great. Actually, it hasn't run that smoothly in a good many years.

Even for a total newbie like me there really aren't any special instructions. I just took everything off that I needed to while noting their position and how they were in there in the first place. Then replaced the parts and put it back together. The nice thing is that the only socket I needed was a 10mm. There were two short screws and two very long bolts holding it on and that's all. Really not a bad repair. I think my time is higher because it was my first ever engine repair. It would probably take a person who knows what they are doing far less time.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Socket set
carburetor malfunction.
Removed original carb. Installed inline filter. Mounted replacement carb. Runs fine.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Insulator Gasket - 16212-ZL8-000
Carburetor Gasket - 16228-ZL8-000
Fuel Filter - 16952-ZA8-800
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Guide- Air - 19650-ZL8-000
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Mat and magnet (small needlenose pliers for clips).
Honda GC160 carb too gummed up.
CHEAPER and FASTER to replace carburetor assembly and gaskets than to disassemble and clean/replace parts. Had already determined carb problem(s). Started 2nd pull after reassembly and after warmed up adjusted idle speed. Now my pressure washer is ready when I need it.
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2 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Fuel Pump Assembly - 16700-Z8A-004
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Socket set
Needed new parts.
1. Removed two 10mm bolts.
2. Removed the air cleaner, the fuel hose, the throttle and the choke linkage as well as the tension spring.
3. Installed the new carburetor and the fuel pump.
4. Installed the linkage, the spring, the fuel hoses and the bolts.
5. Started the engine and made a small adjustment on the air/fuel mixture screw.
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2 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Carburetor Gasket - 16221-883-800
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set
XR2625 Pressure washer hasn't run for 2 years. Left untreated gas in it. OOPS!
1. Removed air cleaner assembly.
2. Disconnected carburetor linkage.
3. Removed carburetor.
4. Installed new carburetor and gasket.
5. Changed engine oil.
6. Installed new spark plug.
7. Blew out nearly new air cleaner element.
8. Filled gas tank with Stabil treated gasoline.
9. Started engine (took a few pulls) and was very surprised at how strong the engine ran.

I don't think this guy has run this well even when new. It now starts on the first pull! I use a 15" surface cleaner in addition to the wand that didn't work very well either, but now it does a great job! So well, in fact, that my wife & I spent 10 hours over the week-end cleaning all of the concrete around our house as well as anything else that got in the way! (Pots, planters, lawn furniture, walls, motorcycle, lawn mower, edger, mailbox, trailer, wheel barrows, trash cans, neighbor's wife, etc) What a pleasure to have this 2005 power washer run so well!
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2 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Carburetor Insulator - 16211-ZL8-000
Insulator Gasket - 16212-ZL8-000
Carburetor Gasket - 16221-883-800
Carburetor Gasket - 16228-ZL8-000
Carburetor Assembly - 16100-Z0J-013
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set
Xc2600 pressure washer would not start; had sat with gas in it
Tried cleaning original gummed-up carb. Still wouldn't start.
Ordered/installed replacement carb and gaskets for the Honda engine.
Started up after a few pulls. Just washed down front bricks. Worked fine!

Tip: printed off copies of the parts diagrams to help with getting all the parts re-installed.

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    Part worked great
    Guest - May 7, 2020 Verified Purchase
    easy fix, works good as new.
    received my order quickly, and now my rotor tiller works just like new
    Guest - April 20, 2020 Verified Purchase
    easy fix
    With the help of the companies staff they were able to determine which carburetor was need for my 2002 Honda GC160 pressure washer engine. Installed easily and after about three pulls, it was running like new. Thanks to the staff for the help!
    Guest - September 24, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Great!
    Perfect fit, works great, shipping very good!
    Colleen - September 4, 2019 Verified Purchase
    great part
    this arrived very fast and in good shape.
    Guest - April 30, 2019 Verified Purchase
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Honda
    Product Number: 16100-Z0J-013
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.50 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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