All popular Weber carburetor types: DAF, DCD, DFA, DFV, DFD, DFE, DFM, DFT, DGV, DIF, IDA, IDF, IDS, IDT, DCNF, DCOE, DFAV, DFTA, DGAS, DGAV, IDAP, and IDTP carburetors
All Zenith Stromberg CD “constant depression” carburetors: CD, CDS, CDS-2, CDSE, CD-2E, CDST and CDSET.
All SU type H, HD, HS and HIF (including electronic) carburetors and auxiliary starting devices
Converting to Weber carburetors
How to install a Weber dual carburetor kit on an air-cooled VW engine.
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--Complete troubleshooting section
--Valuable short cuts
--Color spark plug diagnosis
Weber Carburetor Haynes Techbook
Theory, operation, maintenance, tune-up, overhaul procedures.
Detail on converting to Weber carbs.
Listings of Webers used in OE applications & conversions, needles for Zenith & Stromberg Application, needle & jet charts for SU carburettors.
Weber carburettors: DAF, DCD, DFA, DFV, DFD,DFE, DFM, DFT, DGV, DIF, IDA, IDF,IDS, IDT, DCNF, DCOE, DFAV, DFTA,DGAS, DGAV, IDAP and IDTP.
Zenith Stromberg CD "constant depression" carburettors from the 1960s to 1970s: CD, CDS, CDS-2,CDSE, CD-2E, CDST and CDSET.
SU Type H, HD, HS and HIF (including electronic) carburettors and auxiliary starting devices through 1988.
Chapter 1: Basic carburetion
Chapter 2: Carburetor fitting
Chapter 3: Maintenance and servicing
Chapter 4: Overhaul
Chapter 5: Converting to Weber carburetors
Chapters 6 -13: Specific Weber carburetors
Chapters 14-16: Specific Zenith Stromberg carburetors
Chapters 17-21: Specific SU carburetors