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Why does my 1964 ford fairlane 500 3 speed manual trans. Run rough when not under load.


Hey Fred, I AM SOOOOO JEALOUS!!! My teenage years Saturday nights were spent in a 64 Fairlane...(4 speed - 390 - WOW!!)..
Any way.. your carb needs some TLC, a valve clearance setting-get a qualified pro to do this!!), new spark plugs (wires maybe) .. a new air filter.... mainly the carb needs a QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL to clean and set it once you have put in the plugs/air filter.. This will eliminate possible rough idle issues and give the mechanic peace of mind when he is adjusting the carb.
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1. Check the resistance on the direct clutch speed sensor. 560 -680 ohms should be present.

2. Monitor the wave form pattern on the direct clutch speed sensor at the Engine Control Module (ECM) for a good wave form and no cutouts on the signal.

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