Question about 1985 Dodge Ram 50
A carb repair kit and float did not change the problem. The truck only has about 120,000 miles on it. Speeds of over 80mph were reached just before the problem began. Do you know what, if anything, will fix this? Thanks for any help!
Also check the float level, if not set to the right height float will cause too much gas to be sent to the bowl. you do this by bending the small tab on the back of the float. one way makes the float shut off sooner and the other makes it shut off fuel later. also check the fuel air mixture no small task on the mikuni carb.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Check that the choke is working right and check all the vacuum lines for leaks
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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