Question about 1985 Chevrolet Chevy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Use a ohm meter and compare to a known good one I.E. new one. You can take yours down to local parts store and using said ohm meter check it there. Trust me, they would rather you do this than you put one on , and try and bring it back as "warranty"
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
FIRST OF ALL YOU NEED TO RUN ENGINE FEW MINUTES DONT GET IT TOO HOT. TURN OFF ENGINE. THEN PUT ON SAFETY GLASSES. USE COMPRESS AIR BLOW DEBRI AWAY FROM SPARKS PLUGS.TO KEEP FROM GETTING INTO CYLINDERS.DISABLE YOUR SPARK IGNITION.AND DISABLE FUEL PUMP.BY REMOVING FUSE.NUMBER AND TAG SPARK PLUG WIRES.REMOVE ALL PLUG WIRES AND SPARK PLUGS.BESURE YOU NUMBER THEM AND TAG THEM SO THEY GO BACK IN THE ORIGINAL PLACE.THEN GET COMPRESSION GAUGE TESTER SCREW IT IN SPARK PLUG HOLE TO CYLINDER 1 FIRST.TAKE YOUR FOOT PRESS ACCELERATOR PEDAL TO FLOOR.PUT KEY IN IGNITION SWITCH CRANK ENGINE AROUND A FIVE TURNS.THEN CHECK COMPRESSION ON GAUGE.IT SHOULD BE NO LOWER THAN 100 PSI.IF SO SQUIRT SOME OIL IN THAT CYLINDER. IF COMPRESSION INCREASES.THAT CYLINDER HAS BAD RINGS IF OIL SQUIRT DONT INCREASE COMPRESSION. VALVES IS LEAKING. YOU DO ALL CYLINDER THE SAME.SCREW COMPRESSION IN PLUG HOLES.TURN ENGINE OVER 5 ROUNDS. WRITE DOWN ALL READINGS.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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Your fuel filter is inside the carburator. Undo the fuel line from the carb inlet. Then turn the very large nut out. Your fuel filter is inside that. There are 2 sizes, a long filter and a short filter, and they aren't interchangable for obvious reasons. Pay attention to how the filter comes out, it has to go back in the same way.
In the event that you have fuel injection, I don't think you do,then the filter will be on the inside of the frame about half way to the tank and I'm pretty sure it's on the passenger side. It's been a while. No special tools, just remove the lines and change the filter. Have a pail ready and loosen them slowly so the pressure doesn't spray fuel all over. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
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