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No power after installing new head gaskets

Truck starts first click and engine run nice at idel and can be reved up with no proplem but when put in gear it has no power? Hope you can help?Thank

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  • kennie302 Oct 17, 2008

    Could it be timing? or a pluged up converter? or ?Hope someone can help.Thank you.

  • kennie302 Nov 08, 2008

    Thank you for your help and its was the timing .Thanks again Kennie



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Need to check timing. have you checked compression since head job? low compression will cause this

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    TripleTauto Nov 10, 2008

    glad to help please rate as fixya


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Check transmision oil lever if its aut., it a trans. pressure problem , pump, converter .
if its a stick tranny check your timing on your ignition system /distributor

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