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1984 truck not wanting to start. believe its the carburator smells like its flooding. sometimes if you open or close the choke it starts. after it starts at first sometimes when u put it in gear if you dont press the gas good it will die. after running a while its fine.

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Check the vacuum choke pull off-the round piece connected by rod to the choke see if the rod pulls back into the round part when running,the vacuum diaphram rots and wont pull back to open choke

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Ford Ranger Carburetor Problem


Usually there is an electric heater on the side of the carb that opens the choke. You may want to check the heater to see if it has voltage and if it is working.
The linkage for the choke can get sticky or dirty and not work. Basic gravity and a spring opens the choke so the linkage must move freely.

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I have changed the carberator, the spark pluges and cables, cap and rotor, fuel pump and still floods what else could cause the flooding


if you just installed a carburator and it came from a different car you may have to adjust the float inside the carburator also you may have too big of jets.
best thing is to adjust the choke and try just starting it without pumping the gas. you could also just hold the gas pedal down and crank it till it starts till you fix the problem.

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The car will not keep running until all warmed up.


Believe it or not I used to be a mechanic for chrysler. There are a couple of things to look at and I'm sure you'll find the problem. #1 is to check for any vaccuum leaks in the hoses and the intake manifold.I do this by spraying carb cleaner in little spurts towards a specific area and listen to see if the engine rpm raises while it is running. #2 is a carb problem--Usually with the high idle solenoid (located on the Passenger side of the carb) or the choke. Check to see if you have power at the wires leading to the using a test light or a volt meter before you start it up. If you do have power then start the vehicle or have someone start it for you while you are under the hood and examine the choke operation. B4 you start it the vehicles choke should be completely closed. If it is, it should open as the vehicle warms up when working properly. If not working properly it will either stay closed and cause the vehicle to flood out or run rough and backfire or it will be open(stay open ) and the vehicle will not stay running unless warmed up for sure.# 3 It could also be caused by a combination of the high idle solenoid holding the choke open and then causing the choke to stick open.

Dec 30, 2010 | 1988 Dodge Omni

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When I first start my Vette, it runs rough, like a carb car does if the choke isn't closing enough. Then after it gets warmed up and hot, it doesn't want to start back up and acts like it's vaporlocking...


On the start up thing: Look at the CHOKE PULLOFF. It's job is to open the choke enough to run. The diaphram inside fails often, from heat.

On the after warmed up thing: If this is a Quadrajet, when warm, just before you were to start it; without touching any throttle; open hood, pull air cleaner; look and smell all around for fuel. Carb floats eventually accept some fuel and become heavy, and will leak when warmer...

If you have zero, essentially, signs of raw fuel or smell....Look down the carb, and open the throttle, and hold open. You should see a squirt of fuel into each primary venturi. If no fuel, you should also have hesitation on acceleration.

Another quadra jet issue is drilling plugs. THis is between the carb body and the throttle plates. Rebuild kits have a sponge thing to seal that area, but without it and with leaking plugs, your FLOAT bowl drains of gas.....

If you cannot do these thing, take the text to the person that will work on it. These issues are typical, but when fixed, the Qjet is one of the best and most stable carbs out there.

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I just rebuilt my F-150 1 barrel Carter carb (1985)once started runs great under all power ranges.Problem? Hard to start.


should adjust the butterfly to about 3/8" opening at 50 degrees farenheit when engine is cold. Usually about 1 mark to the lean side on the choke spring housing. If unsure set the choke to the center mark than richen up one mark at a time until the engine starts and idles up when cold after properly setting choke by fully depressing and releasing the accelerator before cranking. If it doesn't idle up enough turn up the fast idle screw 1/2 turn at a time. Another common problem with the YFA is the choke heat riser tube rusting off at the manifold and the choke not unloading when the engine warms. Install a new riser tube after using a drill bit the same diameter as the tube to drill out the remainder of the old tube in manifold before inserting the new tube and attaching to choke housing.

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My truck wont run. Why?


If it is flooding it might be a fuel pressure regulator, when it floods hold the pedal to the floor until it revs up, this should clear out the gas and get it started but the problem will remain until the fuel pressure regulator is checked or replace it is located at the beginning of the fuel rail on top of the motor it has a vacuum line going to it. Replace the vacuum hose first also if it appears to be wet with gas replace it. If it checks out ok or problem persists pull out a spark plug and have an assistant turn over the motor as you observe the spark it should be a bright purple or blue color if not it is a weak ignition issue repalce the plug wires and plugs along with the distributor cap and rotor. If problem still persists replace the O2 sensor and ignition module.

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I have 1984 vett .when it is at an idle it looks like it flooding


It's fuel injected? Thats interesting...... I would think it would be TBI or have a carbureted. Sounds to me like it has an injector stuck open. Maybe even a couple. Try running a really concentrated fuel injector and fuel system cleaner in it. BG works well. Seafoam is ok, but not as good as the BG stuff.

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Where is the fuel filter located on a 1984 cheokee jeep


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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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