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Weber 32/36 designation meanings - DGAV, DGEV, DFV, DGV etc.


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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:

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

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:

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

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

D here stands for Doppio - or twin in English - presumably referring to the two throttle butterflies/venturis.

G or F

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).

A, E or nothing

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

V here stands for either Vertical or power Valve equipped, depending on who you ask.

Putting it all together you might have the following:

More Information

The 32/36 is a downdraft carburetor, originally designed for use for motors of between 1200-2300cc capacity.

Ford Part Numbers

This particular carb is from a Ford Escort and has a tag on it with the Ford part number;

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

Cleaned up a little it's somewhat clearer:

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

76HF ABA.

Here are some images to help you identify which model of Weber 32/36 carb or carburetor you have on your engine, as shown on MotoFaction.org.

Hope that helped!



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