Ford Carburetor Identification

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Year

Model
Cyls
Carburetor Make
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1934-53 8 Holley H-2 R-120-3A, 3AS, R-402A, AS, R-649A, AS, R-695A, AS, R-696A, AS, 1A, R-713A, AAS
48, 68 Stromberg EE-1 A-17691
35-38 85 Stromberg EE-1 A-18271
74, 82A Stromberg EE-7/8 A-17800
82A Stromberg EE-7/8 A-
81A Holley AA-1
1941-51 All G, H Series 6 Holley H-1 R-134-7AS, R-428A, R-537AS
1949-51 All Passenger 6 Stromberg BXOV-2 380296
1952-57 223 6 Holley H-1 R-639-1A, 2A, 4A, R-698A, 1A, 3A, R-800A, R-826A, R-1098A, R-1153A,
R-1154A, R-1220A, R-1241AAS, R-1242AAS, R-1243AA, AAS, R-1349A, 1A,
R-1350A, 1A, R-1354AA, R-1414A, R-1415A, R-1443AA, 1A, R-1446AA
1952-60 223 6 Holley H-1 R-1684A, R-1685A, R-1687AA, R-1692A, 1A, R-1693A, 1A, R-1722AA, 1AAS,
R-1817A, 1A, R-1818A, 1A, R-1820AA, 1AAS, R-2016A, AS, R-2018A,
R-2042AA, AAS, R-2043AA, AAS, R-2059A, R-2060A, AS, R-2077A, AS, 1A
1954-55 239, 272 8 Holley H-2 R-792A, 1A, R-793-1A, 2A, R-908A, 1A, 1AAS, R-950-1A, 2A, R-951-2A, 3A, R-1044A, 1A, 1AAS
1955 292 8 Holley H-4 R-957-1A, 2A, R-991-1A, 2A, R-1074A, 1A, 2A, 2AAS, R-1075A, 1A, 2A
1956 272 8 Holley H-2 R-1156A, 1A, R-1159A, 1A, R-1283AA, AAS
292, 312 8 Holley H-4 R-1161A, 1A, 2A, 2AAS, R-1162A, 1A, 2A
1957 272, 292 8 Holley H-2 R-1281A, 1A, R-1282A, 1A, R-1379A, 1A, R-1380A, 1A, R-1371A, R-1412A, R-1486A, 1A
8 F-2 ECG9510-AU, AV, AY, AZ, BA, BJ, BK, ED8-9510-J,K,N
312 8 Holley H-4 R-1272A, 1A, R-1273A, 1A, 2A, 2AS, 2AAS
312 8 F-4 ECZ-951OU,Z
1957-58
312, 352
8
Carter
C-4
2441S, 2640S
1957-58 272, 292, 332 8 Holley H-2 R-1281-2A, 3A, 4A, R-1282-2A, 3A, 4A, R-1379-2A, R-1380-2A, R-1406A, 1A, R-1552A,1A, R-1681A, 1A, R-1682A, 1A, R-1952AAS
1957-60 260, 272, 289, 292, 332 replacement carb 8 Holley H-2 R-1929AAS, 1AAS
1958 332 (early) 8 Holley H-4 R-1550A, R-1551A, R-1732A, R-1733A
1958-60
332, 352
8
Carter
C-2
3316S

Ford Carburetor Identification – Holley

Year
Model
Cyls
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1958-59
8
F-2
DEA9BB, BC, EDC-9510A, B, 5752305
1958-60
332
8
H-4
R-1847A, 1A, 1AAS, R-1848-1A, 1AAS, R-1848A, 5752303
1958-60
332, 352
8
F-4
EFAOAA, AB, AC, EFAOBA, BB, BC, EFA9AA, AB, AC, EFA9BB, BC, COAE-9510-J, K, EDC-9510-C, D, EDT-9510-B, C, 5751679, 80, 81, 5752308, 09
1958-60
292
8
F-2
DBAOAA, AB, AC, AD, AE, AF, DBAOBB, BC, BD, BE, BF, COAE-9510-H, AF, AG, AM, EDB-9510-U, V, AF, AG, 5752306-7
1959-60
332
8
H-2
R-1843A, R-1844A, AA, AAS, 1AAS, R-2049A, R-2050A
1960
352
8
H-4
R-2112A, AS, COAE-9510-AA
1960
352
8
F-2
DFAOAA, AB, AC, AD, AE, DFAOBA, BB, BC, BD, BE, COAE-9510-R, S, AB, AC

Ford Falcon Carburetor Identification – Ford or Holley

Year
Model
Cyls
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1960
144
6
H-1
R1921A, AS, R2003A, AS

Ford Truck Carburetor Identification – Ford or Holley

Year
Model
Cyls
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1934-53
8
H-2
R-120-3A, 3AS, R-483AS, R-701A, R-713A, AAS, R-741A, AAS, R-753A, R-822A, AS, R-854A
1941-51
G, H Series
6
H-1
R-134-7, 7AS, R-484AS, 1AS
1947-53
F-6 Series
6
H-1
R-1685A, R-1686A, R-1818A, 1A, R-1819A, 1A, R-1851A, R-1880AS, 1AS, R-2019A, R-2020A, R-2021A
1952-53
215 M/T
6
H-1
R-737A, 2A, 2AS
1952-60
223
6
H-1
R-1685A, R-1686A, R-1818A, 1A, R-1819A, 1A, R-1851A, R-1880AS, 1AS, R-2019A, R-2020A, R-2021A
1954-55
239
8
H-2
R-802A, R-848-2A, R-866A, R-909A, AS
1954-57
223
6
H-1
R-856A, R-1154A, R-1155A, AS, R-1243AAS, R-1350A, 1A, R-1425A, 1A, 1AS, R-1443AA, 1AA
1956-57
272 F100-F600
8
H-2
R-1157A, 1A, R-1158A, 1A, R-1166A, 1A, R-1284A, AAS, R-1381A, AS, R-1382A
1957
272
8
H-2
R-1371A, R-1412A
1947 700
272
8
4150G
R-1214-3A
1957-59
272, 292 M/T
8
H-2
R-1371-1A, 2A, R-1412-1A, R-1604A, R-1605A, 1A, R-1606A, 1A, R-1974A, AAS, R-1769A, 1A, R-1770A, 1A, R-1771A, 1A, R-1772A, 1A
1959-60
272, 292
8
H-2
R-1835A, R-1836A, R-1837A, AS, R-1866A, R-1868A, R-2011A, 1A, R-2012A, AS, 1A, 1AS, R-2-13A, AS, 1A, 1AS
1959-60
292, 302, 332, 401, 477, 534
8
H-4
R-1855A, AS, 1A, R-1856A, 1A, 1AS, R-1857A, 1A, 1AS, R-1858A, 1A, 1AS, R-1859A, 1A, 1AS, R-1860, 1A, 1AS, R-1980A, AS, AAS, R-1981A, AS, AAS, R-1982A, AS, AAS, R-2022A, AS, R-2028A, R-2029A, R-2030A
1960
401, 477
8
H-2
R-1991A, 1A, 1AS, R-1992A, 1A, 1AS,R-2157-1AAS, R-2158-1AAS

37 thoughts on “Ford Carburetor Identification

  1. Hello. My name is Gustav from sweden. Just bought a ford 223 in parts… for my mainline -56.
    I found two holley one barrel carbs in a box. One with spark control valve marked:
    C1AE9510-E and one whitout marked EBP-9510-A. Is any of them right for my engine and where can i get parts for those? Engine runs like shit with bouth so i gues i have to rebuild one of them

  2. Hello my name is Jason I am trying to find out what cfm carb is on my 1985 Ford F-350 dump truck is with a 460 in it here’s the id numbers on intake horn e6pe-aja /. 50412-1 / 1764 any help would be great

  3. Hi Chuck,
    I’m not trying to be an expert here, I just wanted to get a response to you, with what I understand. There are perhaps dozens of different boosters that were used in 2100, and 4100 carburetors. They were all designed/matched for the demands of the engine they were going to be bolted on top of. Some claim the 2100 and 4100 were modular type carbs, same bodies, just different boosters. Others say that is not the case, that different carb bodies used different sized passages that were appropriately sized for the boosters being used. The booster size is important, but also as important as the carburetor being the right size in CFM for the engine. You didn’t mention what boosters you have, or what engine you are using. There is hardly any reference materials on the Autolite booster size. So it’s hard to know what booster is appropriate for the engine build you have unless it is stock. You could always try to boosters you have. Assuming you have a clean, re-built carb, make sure the float levels (hot setting) is correct. If your eyes are not burning from an excessively rich mixture, check to make sure you have no vacuum leaks, then set your idle mixture screws, for max RPM, in gear if an automatic, wheels chocked, with an operator in the vehicle. If the idle increases, lower it , and touch up the idle mix screws again. Take it for a drive, does it bog, hesitate, idle rough? Tune for the needs of the engine from there.

  4. How important is the size of the booster venturi on an Autolite 4100? The Ford manual says I need CH primary and H secondary. Unfortunately, the carb was previously rebuilt with different sizes.

  5. Hi Chuck,
    If you have a bog on acceleration you may be running a little lean on your accelator pump adjustment. But before adjusting that, please check over your fuel system, and fuel filter. Then look closely at your ignition, plugs gaps, and your ignition timing (ESPECIALLY the timing) If all good there. Make sure you do not have any vacuum leaks! Check the mounting gaskets under the carb, PCV lines, any lines to any vacuum assisted devices. If all good there next check over your basic settings on your carb. That is make sure your carbs’ fuel level is correct and your idle mixture settings are also good. Those are two very important adjustments. If you have an automatic, your idle mix screws should be set with the car wheels chocked, someone in the drivers’ seat, e-brake on engine warmed, and running in Reverse so you do not get ran over while adjusting the carb. If that is all good, I would then check into the accelerator pump adjustment. Remember any carb will have a “Baseline” setting from the factory. Your carb may have been baselined for another engine, and if that is the case it may work on your engine, and maybe even make it run OK, but for the best performance, you will want to tune the carb to the demands of the engine. For the baseline settings, check for Carter/AFB information on the Edlebrock website. Then start your tuning from there. Hope this information is helpful. Sorry if you already know it!

    Stu

  6. I have a 1973 Ford Thunderbird with a 460 ci engine and a Carter AFB carburetor (9637 SA 1218). The engine is stock other than the use of the Carter AFB carburetor. I am having problems with bog during acceleration. Is this the right carburetor for the engine?

  7. I have a 1955 T Bird with a teapot carb with Ident #s ECK 9510 V List 1074-V.Is this the correct carb for this car? The car is serial # 0000047, Very early production T Bird. Also ,I cannot get it to run correct,carb secondaries flood when driving when I give it a little more acceleration.Any suggestions on who can rebuild this? Thanks ,Vinny

  8. Hi. Thanks for great site. Trying to figure out model number for a carb in a 1954 F100; it’s nowhere on it. You provide the following info; but am I right to think that all of the model numbers you give will work (each will also fit intake valve)? Thank you.

    Quote:
    1954-55
    239
    8
    H-2
    R-802A, R-848-2A, R-866A, R-909A, AS

    :End Quote

  9. Hi Mike !

    Thank you! No worries, I am sure the email is almost a full time job. I really appreciate your service, and your web site. There is so much good stuff here! Best regards, Stu Tell

  10. Hi John. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner. As Mikes points out the 1.08 is the venturi size of the carburetor. The venturi size then equates to how much air will flow through the carburetor. Generally a smaller stock engine like a 289 or a 302 will use a carburetor that will flow around 470 cfm or a 1.08. A 351 would like a little more flow which would be around 600cfm or 1.12. But a lot of this depends upon the build of the engine. Some more radical 289 like the Hi – Po used a 1.12. The carburetor should always be sized and tuned to the engines requirements for max performance and mileage. When it comes to carbs bigger is not necessarily better. This is if I understand this correctly
    I could be wrong..

  11. Hi. I have a Fomoco carb single bar. and need to identify what it can be used for. The only #s on it are c41fk with a casting #4

  12. I have a autolite 4100. It’s a C6AF-F from 1966 Mercury Park Lane 406
    Would this carburetor work on a mildly built Ford 302?

    • Not likely, too much. Look on the side of the carburetor. It probably says 1.21 or close to it for Venturi size. The 302 would need 1.08 or less.

  13. I purchased a 1960 Ford Pickup with a I6 Manual 4×4 and 1904 style carb. When I purchased the vehicle it ran on the choke only – needed cleaning rebuild. According to the service book the carb part number is supposed to be a COTE-9510-A,B,J with a Metering Jet ID of 65 for sea level. The thing is the carb on the truck is FBR-9510-A with a Metering Jet ID of 67. Also the carb has the little plastic ball in the base that you mention in the video is for automatic applications. I’m wondering what kinds of uniqueness I will find trying to work with these differences given the vehicle is a manual trans and the metering jet is a different number? Thank you. Love the site.

    • You can remove the plastic ball, but it only if you are having problems. The 1904 have been very interchangeable, so don’t lose too much sleep over it. I would just get the jet dialed in. Check out our jet listing for instructions on how to do that, but in general just make sure your plugs are burning gray. Black is too rich, reduce one size. white is too lean, increase one size.

  14. I have a 4-bbl carb stamped C5AF(space)H
    Can you give me the specs for this carb and years Ford used it?
    It may have been removed from a 1965 Ford Fairlane Police Interceptor with a cast iron intake manifold.

  15. Dear sir, I’ve got a 65 Convertible Mustang – 289hp – 2 barrel – 3 speed manual transmission and need to know if the correct carburetor for this vehicle is an “Autolite 2100”. If so, please indicate where I can get a rebuild repair kit. Thank you very much. I am writing from Brazil. Marco.

  16. I recently bought a Ford / Autolite 4 barrel, D1SF AA C 1A 12. I’m not sure what it fits. I am building a 302/347 Stroker and haven’t decided on a carb. I bought this at auction and on a whim, after all it’s a Ford product. If I don’t use it I will try to sell it but would like to know the original application. Thanks for any help.

  17. I have a 1965 mustang with a 200 6 cyl. It has an Autolite 1100 carb. I have discovered during restoration that the engine block is a 1966 (C6DE) and the head is a 1969 (C9DE). I bought a rebuilt carb as no one sells a new carb. I am having trouble with it idling and occasionally stalling. I have set timing and idle with a tach & dwell and it still wants to run rough. Could the jets be wrong for this carb? It has under 700 miles since restoration, ( I pulled the head & pan, but did not do an engine rebuild as all looked good ). I will pull the plugs and inspect the color of each and make note. Do you sell a jet set for this carb ? Thanks

  18. I have recently aquired a 1973 F100, V8 390ci. It has a Motorcraft 2 brrl carb with electric choke. There isnt an ID plate so I dont know the type. It appears to be a 2150.
    I did a rebuild and it lets fuel flow out of the top through the vents.

    • Fuel coming out the top indicates too much fuel getting into the carburetor. There are several reasons. Bad float (Nitrophyl floats should be replaced), Float lever set incorrectly. Needle & seat not closing.

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