Discussion in 'Engine/Drivetrain' started by Sang park, Dec 6, 2016.
Anyone have a pic of their weber 3236 throttle linkage set up for 75-78?
Mine has a cable operating it now.
which part/angle do you need to see? i have a few pics with various parts of it shown in the background. dunno if it's supposed to be setup like this, but that's how the PO did mine and it seems to work. I DID lose the rod coupler on the arm against the firewall once - I adjusted it without using loctite afterward (the day I took 1st pic, you can see the loose lock nuts, lol), luckily it happened in a parking lot and I was able to find the coupler on the ground to get home.
If you need the wierd C bracket thats on the carb let me know, i should have one
Jetas, do you have pictures of your cable setup? I don't have the same throttle setup on mine ('74) an so it has the lever for the 18R-C coming from the firewall. I've been trying to figure out how to re-do the cable as PO decided to reuse the 18R-C cable which doesn't work at all.
Thanks! I figured it out thanks to you guys!
So is mine the correct setup? Seems to work fine, just thought the C-bracked looked a little questionable and not as durable. Not really sure what else it would be though.
Stock set up goes like this.
Pedal movement results in pushing up a link, that link is connected to L shaped thingamabob, the thingamabob uses the up motion to move another link in a passenger to driver side motion and that shit turns another doohicky. The doohicky is connected to that hook looking doodad and turns the C shaped bracket on the carb
Heres pics if my set up. universal Lokar cable
I'll save the pics for future reference. Thanks!
Yup! It worked perfectly.
Thanks Jetas! Although it looks like maybe not all of the pictures came through?
Got another question for yall. Not sure what to do with return fuel line. Can I just get rid of the return line and leave this (red circle) open?
There should be 3, not sure why ive been having issues posting pics lately.
@Sang park you circled the fuel filler neck
Sorry about that. I meant to circle the fuel return nozzle on the tank.
Why do you want to cap it?
Not cap it but leave it open to vent. I guess the real question is where do I connect my return line to since the weber doesn't have connections for return line? Everything has been disassembled when I got the truck. It has an electrical fuel pump and I'm running a regulator (if that matters).
The tank on mine has 3 ports on the top of the tank. I capped 2 and im using only the one to the carb. Didnt mess with the fuel filler neck or anything on it
Sorry, I didn't mean to say to cap the filler neck. My tank has only two ports excluding the filler neck (fuel return line (line that connects to charcoal canister) and one that goes to the carb). I'm just concerned about capping the fuel return line since there won't be any way for the tank to vent. Did you have any problems after you capped all the ports except for the filler and one that goes to carb?
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