It turns on and runs fine but after a like a mile or two it shuts down i had a mech look @it and said the temp sensor is lettin more gasthn air go threw so i bought the part but haha i cant find wer it goes i look all ovr the carburator
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It can still be the fuel pump.the pump could be getting hot and not working. If u let it set for awhile and cool down it will start. You need to do a fuel pressure test it should read between 40 and 50 psi. Let it run for awhile and see if the pressure drops. If so I would replace the pump
Government mandates all vehicles can run on 87 octane. For that vehicle it would be just fine. I de rec. To do a tank of 87 check milge you are getting. The run a tank of 89 check milges and calculate the differnce milge and cost. I have found with some vehicle the extra 1$ or 2$ you may spend on 89 will get you 2 -3 mile more per gallon.
6 Degrees Application: With automatic transmission
Note : Before top dead center *Set at warm idle speed (900 RPM) *Disconnect & plug vacuum hose at electronic spark control computer *Transmission in neutral (parking brake engaged) *All accessories off
and with a timing light loosen the dizzy or distributor and turn it till it runs smooth or at 6 degrees
The ignition module in located in the distributor under the cap. Might contribute to the stalling ,control spark to spark plugs, timming advance etc, but has no bearing on overheating. Hope this helps.