Question about 1986 Pontiac Firebird
It usually doesn't happen unless the car has a carb. but, if you are sure it is a boiling problem, there are wraps you can use to help with the boiling problem, a cooling block you can add to your fuel system, or relocate your fuel lines away from the block and exhaust manifolds using hose instead of metal lines. Due to higher amounts of ethanol in gasoline today, the fuel boils at a lower temperature.
Posted on May 10, 2014
I'm just asking, but how do you know its boiling? What are the running problems you are getting?
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