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Is D5AE AA a 2100 or a 2150?
If the choke pulloff is in the air horn, mounted vertically behind the choke tower, it's a 2100. If the choke pulloff is mounted horizontally on the passenger side external to the carburetor, it's a 2150.
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the choke still wont open all the way.
Are you sure you have the choke spring inserted it the slot in the linkage arm?
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Yes I made sure the spring was in the fork, I double checked it.
I just noticed in the pic you just posted that it appears to have a piston in the vacuum hole, do the 2150 have that?
Because mine doesn't.
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I just noticed in the pic you just posted that it appears to have a piston in the vacuum hole, do the 2150 have that?
No, a 2150 will have that sealed off. That's just left over in the casting from when the pulloff was in the choke housing itself, in the days of the ancient Autolite 2100 series carbs.
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Ok good thanks.
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That pic was just to show the fork. My book doesn't show a piston.

Edit: Took me too long to confirm.... Thanks fmc400
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1979 2150 carb

great info do have choke working properly now. engine is a 302 v-8 thx all
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Ah, its my turn now. 302 2bbl 2150 carb, wont idle. truck ran like a champ until a couple daze ago. cant find any vacuum leak, idle circuit in carb is clear. Grrrrrr.
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