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Will not run when it get to temp

When its get to temp it wants to die out like it is getting to much gas or not enough gas . getting fire to plugs

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  • marionbagget May 11, 2010

    When engines start they generally get more gas than when warm. So maybe the fuel is going lean which is normal. You can get the error codes. Call some auto parts stores for a loaner meter. Try Advance Auto, AutoZone, etc.

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Most time when carburated cars die at idle or warm like mine did it was just a vacuum leak you can change all you vacuum lines or first get a vacuum gauge and test your pressure then just try and change your vacuum lines

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