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Problems with my dodge raider 87, carburator not working well

Consuming to much fuel and lacks strength to go up hills. the original carburator was changed, the gas cable is sticking. really need help I love my car. Would like a manual to check what is wrong. one guy says that the new carburator is not straight or properly aline. What should be the correct mileage per liter?

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  • baldheaded May 15, 2009

    my 1987 dodge raider has the same problem minus the sticky cable..changed the carb twice o2 sensor and vacume lines are good to go ,dyno shows carb running lean and dogging under load,,looking for solution or possibly after market carb...

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Also check your throttle position sensor. My first thought would be a possible Oxygen Sensor issue as this tells the ECU your air/fuel mixture and if it is not working can run to rich or lean.

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Try checking all vacum hoses with a water spray bottle .cable sticking try a graphite lubricant sprays liquid dries to a powdered lubricant .good for hot or cold tempeters.

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