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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Chevy 454 back fire
Ignition timing is set by the computer as long as the distributor pickup point is within reason.
It could be running too lean. One of the TBI injectors may be sticking or not working (wiring or computer problem), or fuel pressure could be low.
Posted on May 21, 2009
it might have just run low on fluid while driving,the front seal may not have been installed correctly,or the cooler lines or cooler might be plugged causing the trans to overheat which will cause it to leak a steady stream...for example,my 94 bronco with a e40d acted like that too when i worked it really hard pulling stumps out in the summer last year,it leaked out really bad until it cooled down,i put 20,000 miles on it since and it doesnt leak not even a drop.so mine was just overheated really bad.As for if it is the same between vehicles it is only if both trucks are a big block,and if both are 2wd.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Have you looked under the hood? There are more fuses under the hood. Is your dimmer turned down on your dash lights?
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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