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Cleaning and rebuilding the Weber DGV, DGEV and DGAV carb

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This is a work in progress but once complete it will show how to completely disassemble, assess, clean and rebuild your Weber 32/36 DGV, DGAV or DGEV carburetor.

Here's a photo of a Weber 32/36 DGAV carburetor taken from a Pinto 2.0L motor in a Ford Escort Mark II, as shown on

Before you begin

Disassembly of the upper Weber 32/36 Carburetors

Disassembly of the lower Weber 32/36 Caburetors

Assessment of the 32/36 Weber Caburetors

Cleaning of the components

Rebuilding the carbs

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