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Did you connect the vacuum hose to the timing advance diaphragm under the distributor? The other major item is the timing belt-even if it says you're perfect, the cams might be all out of whack. There's nothing wrong with 5 degrees BTDC if you have a lead foot.
Posted on Jul 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
BAD COIL OR IGNITION MODULE INSIDE DISTRIBUTOR RUN OHM TESTS TO VERIFY
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Change the ignition module. It is located behind the distributor cap; you will have to remove the cap to change it so be sure to mark your spark plug wire locations.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
Sounds like throttle position sensor or mass air flo sensor.Both of these can be checked by hooking up to computer.You dont want to ramdomly start changing sensors can get costly.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
Hi, I believe there is a computer problem. If possible check codes for no start condition. if you know the no.#1 cylinder at TDC (Top Dead Center) on engine then you will know no#1 distributor is. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
SOURCE: 1970 Dodge Dart 225 Slant
The carburetor spits when its flooded - so something must be wrong inside it. Since this is the second time it has stalled when turning left it appears that the level in the bowl is higher than it should so the mixture is way richer : turning left pushes the fuel to the left in the bowl, making the momentary level even higher over the jets so the mixture gets so rich that it can't be lighted anymore so the engine stalls.
You will have to dismantle the carburetor, check the float for leaks and readjust it before reassembling it. While you are there check the size of the jets, they might be larger than normal.
Posted on Aug 17, 2011
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