Question about 1985 Nissan King Cab
All went well with the install and I had very impressive results....until the engine reached normal operating temp, then it fell on its face. I have reset the idle screw and mix screw (per enclosed instructions) 4 times with the same results. I have also installed a fuel pressure regulator set at 2.5 lbs as the install guide says 3 lbs max. I have a decent idle (a little rough which I believe is vacuum related)but it simply won't accept any more throttle than idle speed. I suspect the vacuum lines are playing a part in this so I am going to check them and make sure there are no disconnected lines as well as no cracked lines. A vacuum schematic would be helpful and my chiltons is no help at all. Did find a you tube video that looks like it might be useful though. Any thoughts? I would welcome any and all suggestions. Really looking forward to getting my little truck back on the road.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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