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1991 dodge ram 360 w/throttle body problem

Truck is flooding out sooo bad it dumps fuel into the oil pan. it will run ,but very poorly and eventually dies and wont start again for some time.....replaced maps and alternator....throttle control censor seems to be working fine, injectors work but dont know if they are over doing it......

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Injectors are not closing fully. Even if the float is stuck open the injectors have to be opened to allow fuel to flow to the engine. You can try and clean but for the price the bet option is to replace the injectors.

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Float is stuck in carburetor needle and seat probably stuck open remove the top of carb Check for dirt in the float bowl spray clean with carb cleaner try turning over the motor and see if fuel stops when bowl is 2/3 rds full if not clean again and make sure you have a in-line fuel filter installed also.

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