Rambler Carburetor Identification

Rambler Carburetor identification – Carter

Year
Model/Eng
Cyls
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1951-55
Rambler, Statesman
6
C-1
757S, 824S, 876S, 877S, 2014S
1954-55
Statesman
6
C-1
2163S, 2258S
1955-56
Ambassador
8
C-2
2231S
1956-57
Ambassador-Rambler
8
C-2
2352S
1956-58
Rambler
6
C-1
2349S, 2564S, 2580S, 2664S, 2665S, 2748S, 2749S
1956-60
Rambler
6
C-1
2944S,2960S
1957-60
Rambler, Statesman
6
C-2
2350S, 2586S, 2887S
1958-60
American
6
C-1
2014S, 2757S
1968
Rambler, American, AMX, Javelin, Rebel & Ambassador 290″
4467S (early), 4622S (late)
343″
4469S (early), 4468S (early), 4624S (late), 4623S (late)
390″
4583S, 4584S
1969
Rambler, American, AMX, Javelin, Rebel & Ambassador 290″
4660S, 4661S
343″
4662S, 4663S
390″
4664S, 4665S



Rambler Carburetor Identification – Holley

Year
Model/Eng
Cyls
Carb Type
Carburetor Number
1958-59
Ambassador, Rambler, Rebel 250, 327 (early)
8
H-4
R-1312A, AS, 1A, 1AAS, R-1748A, AS, 1A, 1AAS, R-1957A, R-1958A
1958-60
Ambassador, Classic Rebel 250, 327
86
H-4
R-1312-2A, 2AAS, 3A, 3AAS, 4A, R-1748-2A, 2AS, R-1957-1A, R-1958-1A, R-3074AS, AAS
1959-60
American, Rambler 196
6
H-1
R-1598A, AS, 1A, 1AS, 2A, 2AAS, R-2166A, AS, R-2168A, AS
1960
Ambassador, Rebel 250, 327
8
H-2
R-2040A, AS, 1A, 1AS

17 thoughts on “Rambler Carburetor Identification

  1. Hi Mike – I am in the process of replacing the brakes on my 59 rambler custom sedan. Should I just replace wheel and master cylinders etc or rebuild ? Any suggestions on availability / source of brake parts?
    Did you tell me that you repair warped carb bowl interface leaks?
    dan

  2. We want to change our single barrel carb on a 1968 Rambler American to a 2 barrel carb. Do they make a replacement?

  3. I have a 1969 S/C Rambler with the 390 engine and 4 speed – My carb is A9A 4664S is this the correct carb for this car ? Do you have parts for this carb ? Thanks Glenn

  4. Hi On my 1959 Rambler Classic carburator the float bowl, which is glass, leaks and i have been unsuccessful at eliminating this problem. Is there replacement bowls if I do break one and any tips to prevent leaky carb bowls…Thanks Dan from NY

  5. My 1960 Rambler American only starts when I pour gas directly in the top of the carb. Gas also leaks from the bottom of the carb very rapidly. Would a rebuild kit fix both these problems or would I need a new carb all together?

  6. When I wanted to order my parts for my Holley carburetor #1904 with a kit number 4043 that goes to this carburetor it says it is out of stock. When will it be back in stock?

  7. I took the carburetor off and found the numbers, If I read the number right it is 1598-2 . It is on a 1959 Rambler 6 with a 196 engine in it. I bought this Rambler last summer and I really don’t know about engines in a car but I’m trying to make it run. Would these number be right?

    Thanks !
    Larry

  8. I have a Holley carburetor Model 1904 ??????. it has an automatic choke on it , question is is this a 1904 model carburetor? I can’ find any numbers on the carburetor. It has a vacuum tube from the carburetor to the manifold.

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