I just purchased a 1986 Jeep cj7 and it has a weber carburetor on it. It is has the cover taped on. I took it to a mechanic because it is hard to start and keep running to begin with and he thinks that the weber is the wrong carburetor for this vehicle. But when I looked on line it looks like this is an upgrade. What is your experience and if this is an upgrade, do you have suggestions to make it run smoother and is there a part that should be there to attach the cover? We live down the road from your shop so we are glad you have so many of the replacement items we need!
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Thanks for asking. You are correct the Weber Carburetor is an upgrade to the faulty factory units. I'm not sure which cover you are referring to on the carb so I cannot say exactly what it will need to repair it. If you bring it down to the local 4 Wheel Parts store they can take a look at it and hep you get the correct parts.
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