Here is Part 3 on how to rebuild your Holley carburetor at home for cheap! We’ve had good instruction and now it is time to put it on the car and adjust it to be ready to start for the first time. These adjustments can make or break the enjoyment you get from having your car fire right up with the carb you just rebuilt on it.
While EFI is the hot topic nowadays, and we’re fans of some of the cool stuff it can do for us, there are jillions of cars and trucks still running around with carburetors on them. I own a couple of carbureted vehicles and they run great. I don’t have to go out and work on them to get them to start and go for a drive. But if you have a Holley carburetor that is old and in need of some love, it can be a little daunting to handle a carb rebuild. But it doesn’t have to be!
In this video from Rebeldryvers Garage, Scott is going to show us how to rebuild a common Holley Carburetor. The process and principles apply to other carburetor models and even other brands, so let this lesson inspire you to get out there in the garage and rebuild yours.