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My model wasnt in the available list; I have a 1967 VC Valiant, which broke down about 6 months ago and hasn't been run since. I have replaced the alternator, as I was told (by an auto electrician)that that was the reason it stopped working originally. I have found the same model alternator and wired it up the same as the old one was wired when it was working. The car wouldnt start, but was making a kind of dry choking noise. I thought maybe it had run dry of fuel, so I put some in it. Still making the same noise. Any suggestions? A friend suggested I may have flooded the carburetor, could he be right? If so, how can I fix it?

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Love your choice of car!As far as the flooding goes take your air filter assembly off and while some one is cranking the car and you do the throttle you can see how much fuel is going into the engine.If too much you will smell and see a lot of fuel,it may be that that pump or associated fuel parts have dried out etc and no longer working.Put a little bit of fuel into the carburettor and see if it fires up.that will isolate the problem to being a fuel delivery issue and not electrical or ignition.Let me know how you go and if you need any other help

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