Question about 1990 Dodge W250
You have probably fixed it by now, see if you have black smoke and soot coming out the *** end, I am no mechanic but I would see if you have a hole or crack in your air Intake manifold- too much air?- if you do jb weld that ****** -- I think you still have some vacuum lines as well, see if any are sucking like a 3 dollar ******., I am no mechanic- **** I would even check your 10 dollar fuel sending relay maybe it works on initial take off (full power) but then at crusing altitude it backs off and could have corrodid points or something? (that is located in front looks like a plug in) well from one old dodge owner to another Good luck- get a neighbor over there and with a few beers I bet you all could figure it out.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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