Question about 1990 Ford F150
I changed my thermostat and had to move the distributor when I did I set the timing off I know but now when I press my breaks the rpm goes down and sometimes so far my engine shuts off. Could it be a vacume leak or the break booster if so where is the vacume hose and how do I check it out.
While I was working on my Ranger brakes, the engine would die if I pushed the brake too close to the floor. Once I replaced the leaking wheel cylinders and a bad front hose and the old worn out master cylinder.....and bled the lines real good, the problem went away. Getting the front bleeders loose was a real struggle. With much liquid wrench, vise grips, and careful hammering, they came loose. Cursing helps. The lines won't bleed right if you just loosen the mounting bolts. I put a little grease on the bleeder threads so maybe they won't be stuck next time.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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