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Old 11-26-2010, 12:03 PM
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Holley Carburetor

Have a 1986 Ford Bronco with a 5.8 hi out put 4v engine.
Has a Holley carb. Trying to find out the carburetor model and cfm of it.
Anybody help out.

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It is a Holley built for Motorcraft 600 CFM. Not a bad carb the idle mixture screws are 4 corner and in the baseplate. You will have to uncover them if they have not been already.

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Is it the original carb? I'll run the numbers for you if you post 'em.
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Thanks Mike, but what would the model be 4150, 4160, 4180. It still has all the pollution garbage on it. and is a automatic and how can you tell if the electric choke has power to it.
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If the choke closes on a cold start then it is working. Any numbers on the carb? Post em on here.
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If it's orignal equipment it should be a 4180 carb and the kit number is holley 3-1346 , If this is what you have anyway. # should be like this 50264-1 and the other is something like this E5TE 9510. Like i said if it's orginal carb it would be a 4180 carb that's what came on those windsor engines. JMO


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Thank You for the info. It really helped out. It is the orginal carb that came with the Bronco XLT. I use it for a daily driver to and from work and to the grocery store.
Having problems with the electric choke not opening after warm up in morning. there is a wire going to the choke but doesn't seem like theres no power coming from it would that keep it from working properly.

The numbers I found on the carb are on a stamped blue tag E5TEZBA5H8!
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