1977 MG MGB - Carburetor Kit
A carburetor is a fuel system component commonly found on older vehicles. It provides the necessary fuel-air ratio to produce optimal combustion and performance. When air flows through the carburetor's vertical pipe, it passes through the venturi, causing a drop in pressure. This draws out fuel from the fuel line. A carburetor has a choke valve and throttle valve to regulate the air-fuel ratio. The more fuel and air flowing in, the more power can be created. With age, a carburetor can wear out and need to be rebuilt or replaced. Signs of carburetor failure include reduced engine performance, black smoke from your tailpipe, your engine overheating or backfiring, or hard starting. These symptoms could also point to other problems, so make sure all engine components are in working order. A carburetor kit has all the common parts you might need to rebuild your carburetor. If you need a carburetor kit for your vehicle, check out our selection at O’Reilly Auto Parts. We have a variety of carburetor kits for most older vehicles.Show More Show Less
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MG MGB Engine is Not Performing Optimally
If your MG MGC carburetor is failing, it will immediately affect the performance of the engine. You will find the engine performance dipping. This is because the carburetor is responsible for measuring and mixing the right amounts of air and fuel so that it can burn in the engine. However, when the carburetor is failing or faulty, this mixture of air and fuel is affected and this, in turn, affects the performance of the engine. You may notice that the acceleration is rather sluggish, your car displays poor fuel economy, and there is a visible power reduction in the engine. Replacing the faulty MG MGB carburetor will get rid of these problems right away.
MG MGB Exhaust is Venting Black Smoke
If you find your MG MGB emitting black smoke from the exhaust pipe, there could be an issue with the MG MGB carburetor. Black exhaust smoke is a sign that the air fuel mixture is too rich. The engine is burning too much fuel. Rather than opting for MGB carburetor tuning, it is best to replace the faulty carburetor. Otherwise, the problem will occur again and you will have to content with high fuel economy and high emissions. The high emissions could cause your MG MGB to fail pollution tests.
MG MGB Engine is Backfiring
If you find that your MG MGB engine is backfiring and/or overheating, you could have a problem with the carburetor. When the carburetor starts failing, it can cause either too rich or too lean air fuel mixture to enter the engine. Backfiring occurs when the air fuel mixture is too lean. That is, it does not contain sufficient amount of fuel. Hence, the engine cannot perform optimally and this results in the backfiring. Replace the faulty MG MGB carburetor immediately. Otherwise, the constant backfiring will damage other components of the engine.
MG MGB Engine Displaying Hard Start
When your MG MGB carburetor is faulty, the air fuel mixture ratio goes for a toss. As a result, when you start the engine, you will experience a hard start. This will get better as the engine warms up, but in some cases, you may find that engine after the engine warms up, the hard start persists, making it difficult to get the engine going. Here, there is no other option but to replace the faulty and failing MG MGB carburetor.
Cost of Replacing MG MGB Carburetor
The overall cost of replacing a faulty MG MGB carburetor will vary as labor costs are different across the country. However, when it comes to parts you can get an estimate of the cost, as a replacement carburetor costs anywhere from $380.48 to $389.48 or more. Be sure to also take into account taxes and fees. You will be able to find the best MG MGB carburetor for your vehicle at PartsGeek. The online store is renowned for offering high-quality aftermarket MG MGB carburetor parts at affordable prices.
Carburetors available for the following MG MGB years: 1980, 1979, 1978, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1972, 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1967, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1963, 80, 79, 78, 77, 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, 71, 70, 69, 68, 67, 66, 65, 64, 63. This part is also sometimes called MG MGB Carb Kits. We stock carburetor parts for most MG models including Midget and MGA.
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