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  1. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hey guys, Right now my carburetor is POURING fuel. It's about enough to get a puddle sitting on top of the throttle plate. Looks like from the main tube coming into the carb. Called the venturi, perhaps? Also, maybe related, the choke dial on the back is filling with fuel as well. The...
  2. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hey guys, Drove the '67 200 i6 today and noticed the car didn't like our hill so much. My fuel gauge doesn't work (always reads empty- fuel sending unit?) so I figure I might be getting low on gas and that's what I was feeling. Get a tank full of gas, and stall rolling into a stop sign. Blame...
  3. Vintage Mustang Forum
    My Mom has a 1966 Mustang 289. It used have the factory 2 Barrel code C6DF-F. From my understanding the -F was specific to the California sold Mustangs that had the thermactor installed. Recently it wasn’t running right and her notsobright s/o took it to autozone and replaced it with the wrong...
  4. Vintage Mustang Forum
    My 4bbl carburetor I bought is the missing the metal indicator tag, I found some other numbers on the carburetor it self tho, can anyone help This is one of them it reads 5752309 On the bottom left it reads 860 I couldn’t get a good pic, and it reads 112 in that circle This is the hole...
  5. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Rebuilding the 2100 carburetor on my 65 289. The kit came with two identical looking (same hole pattern) base gaskets. Am I supposed to use both? Here's a picture showing something similar: Motorcraft 2100 Carburetor Repair Kit K4008
  6. Vintage Mustang Forum
    so up until yesterday I thought my car was running just fine, until she ran out of gas (my fault) and I guess a bunch if crud from the fuel tank, both small and large, worked it way unto my lines. I found out because she didn't want to start after I gave her half a tank. So I disconnected the...
  7. Vintage Mustang Forum
    so the carburetor sat through an engine fire for, at most, 2 minutes. I have a 1967 mustang, 289, with the 2100, stock AC, and Power steering. I have since rebuilt the carburetor with guidance from a grandfather. I can see fuel sprayed, when the gas pedal is pulled, I know my pump is set...
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