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Looking for a way to identify which Weber 32/36 carburetor you have on your vehicle? Look on your carb here, outlined in red. This is the opposite side to the choke:
It's probably pretty dirty there if your engine is anything like ours but underneath the grime you should find some stamped letters to indicate which variant it is:
As you can see this is a Weber 32/36 DGAV30A with a serial number of 001602. So what does that mean? Let's break it down.
D here stands for Doppio - or twin in English - presumably referring to the two throttle butterflies/venturis.
The second letter refers to whether it is a right-handed or left-handed carb - they're mirror images of each other. G is the right handed variant, F is for left. A DF carb has it's throttle rotating clockwise where the DG rotates counter-clockwise and the primary/secondary barrel position is of course reversed (since they are mirror images).
The third letter refers to the choke type - A for aqua (aka water) choke, E for electrical choke and no letter at all for manual choke.
V here stands for either Vertical or power Valve equipped, depending on who you ask.
Putting it all together you might have the following:
The 32/36 is a downdraft carburetor, originally designed for use for motors of between 1200-2300cc capacity.
This particular carb is from a Ford Escort and has a tag on it with the Ford part number;
Cleaned up a little it's somewhat clearer:
Hope that helped!
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