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The heater inmy f150 ford does not heat like it did the temp gauge is where it should be


check for an air lock in the cooling system and bleed air out of the highest point.
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What i have a 2005 ford taurus se and i need to bleed the radiator, but i can not find the bleeder valve. were is that thing?


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Where is number 1 on 1984 2.8 ford distributor ?


Use the timing marks and put it on Top Dead Center #1 Cylinder and the Rotor in the Distributor will point right at where #1 Plug Wire will go.

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I am looking for a cooling system bleeder valve on a 2005 ford Taurus.


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I need to know how to adjust the carb jets to the right setting on my 1984 ford f150 straight 6 1 barrel carb


The jets are inside the carb & there is no adjustment

You referring to adjusting the one or two idle screws
that are visible, most likely on the front of the carb in the
base plate

You can use a vacuum gauge or a tach along with it
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tach also.

You do that at an idle with the vacuum gauge teed in
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Then just turn the screw in about a quarter turn from the
highest reading

Have to reset the idle screw & recheck your timing
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If you can find any specs, you can use them
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How to bleed the cooling system on a ford 2.9


remove a hose from highest point of cooling system and fill slowly until water comes from highest point and close highest point or hose whatever your highest point is

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The heater on my 2001 Ford Windsatr does not heat. The thermostat was recently changed and the heater worked. Now it does not work. COuld the heater control valve be malfunctioning


The cooling system most likely has an air pocket and the heater is the highest point so the air collects there and no heat is the result. Burp the coolant system of all air. Sometimes you will have to raise the radiator fill neck higher than the heater core.

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Some times my 1984 ford f150 idels fine when its in park(some times)but when i put it in drive or reverse idel drops about 500 or so rpm sputters for a little bit and then dies. Some times it runs fine...


In general, yes. This is a carb tuning issue. Another possibility is a vacuum leak somewhere, but most likely, it's a carb issue. You'll typically see your rpm drop a bit when you put it in gear, but that it sometimes stalls out points to a carb issue.

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How to change the points on an 84 Toyota Terrel


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Idleling of 1984 F250 Ford PU


mcdevito75, That carb, solonoid most likely works with both, electricity and vacum, That blue wire should hook up to that solonoid, look at the plug ans solonoid and see if there"s a point for the wire. If it has broken off yo"ll have to replace the solonoid. Also have the choke system on your truck checked out, if the choke is not operateing as it should this too can cause your problem. Have your local repair shop take a look.

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