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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1981 ford f100 2wd
This sounds like a telltale choke issue. You running carburated right?
If it is what i think it is you have a choke thermostat on the carb. If so check the votage on the wire and if you have power then the choke thermostat has to be replaced. you can do a manual set of the choke behind the carb just to see if this is the problem.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
You probably fixed it by now, you have draw on the battery so go to the fuse box and start pulling and putting back in fuses, now IF you have a draw, you will know- when you pull it out and put it back in-- see it will arc, it is supposed to be turned off (ignition) when you do this obviously. Its a good place to start hunting for electrical issues. Check to see if you have a glow plug relay bad as well- I dunno get a nieghbor over with a few beers you guys can probably figure it out. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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