Re: Help me ID this make and model Carb on my car
By golly, I think you nailed that one on the head, Bert! Thanks a ton!!
Heres another question for you on this carb...
The engine is a 352, we now know that the carb is most likely the 4100. The car will NOT start unless I get out and hand nudge the choke closed by manipulating the throttle linkage, and it will NOT close all the way unless I do move the throttle linkage.
If I attempt to close the choke by hand (with the black auto choke cover removed, of course) it will not go all the way closed, it remains open about 3/8ths of an inch. When I do move the throttle linkage and the choke butterfly at the same time, it will go closed. Then I get in and it will start.
Or, I can just spray starting fluid in the carb and start it but it dies when it runs out of fluid and wont start until I either, a) spray more in, or B) adjust the choke closed.
Any thoughts on if there are mechanical problems with the linkage? I dont know these particular carbs well at all so I am up for input.