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Gasket- Carburetor 16221-ZM3-G10

OEM part for: Honda

Part Number: 16221-ZM3-G10


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This carburetor gasket is a genuine Honda replacement part. It is compatible with dozens of small engines. This gasket prevents leakage by eliminating irregularities between parts of the carburetor. It should be replaced if it is damaged or broken. It is sold individually.

  • Classification: Part
  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

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This item works with the following types of products:

  • Engine Parts

This part replaces obsolete part #: 1622-ZM3-G10, 16221-ZM3-000

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  • Good part, good packaging.
    Fit well, easy to find on site.
    Guest - July 2, 2020 Verified Purchase

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    Easy 30-60 minutes (4 rated repairs)?

    had to have new Carburetor,

    Thomas - July 8, 2020
    just like brand new love it best weed waker ever had
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    Carburetor would not stay running.

    Rick - June 13, 2020
    Removed, throttle cable from carb, air cleaner cover, filter (foam), nuts holding, carb choke cover, carburetor and insultator and old gaskets.
    Reassembled in reverse order with new gaskets, carb and carb insulator, carb choke housing, filter and cover. Connect throttle cable, new primer bulb.
    Started up on 2nd pull, now once started starts on first pull and stays running.
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    Sitting for more than eight years, all hoses were cracked and fuel tank had bad gas in it. Would not start.

    Mike - April 22, 2020
    1. Removed air cleaner assembly.
    2. Removed throttle cable from carb.
    3, Removed rope pull start and fuel tank.
    4. Removed fuel lines from tank, making sure to mark where they go.
    5. Removed fuel tank grommet and filter and replaced with new ones.
    6. Removed carb and replaced with new one.
    7. Install fuel tank, rope start, hook up fuel lines, attach throttle cable and air filter assy, fill with fuel, prime carb and start engine, done.
    (Fuel tank grommet very hard to get out, you will need strong hands. When re-installing fuel tank grommet make sure both plastic through tubes are in the grommet and use a little dielectric grease on the grommet to insert it back into the tank. Very hard to insert it so be careful.)
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    Engin would not start

    Fred - January 21, 2019
    Tool Type

    Engine

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Pliers, Nutdriver

    Removed the old carberator and gas lines and instaled the new carberator filled the fuel tank and pulled rope a few times and moter started and is running good.
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