Question about 1984 Chevrolet S-10
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GM uses an eight digit number to identify their Rochester carburators. It should be stamped into the metal on the float bowl area. It should be on the linkage side. If it is the original carb on the truck it will likely start with the number 1708---- or possibly 1707----. Any time I went looking for the carb number it usually took a few minutes to locate and read it. They didn't exactly kill themelves making it easy to read. Take a rag and wire brush with you to clean off the grime as well as a can of spray cleaner or penetrating fluid. A flashlight would be a big help too. You need this number to order rebuild kits and to set it up after. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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