Question about 1984 Ford F 150
Possible things to be considered: Float level too high, needle has a bad seat and won't shut off, vacuum leak (either internal or base gasket), choke not properly adjusted.
My money would go on a carb. rebuild kit (but only if you feel comfortable attempting it) it's not all that difficult, but you MUST be (1) an absolute nut about cleaning it all very well, and (2) the various gaps, clearances, adjustments, must be made with excruciating precision.
This will be a lot cheaper than a rebuilt carb., and you'll get the satisfaction of doing it yourself.
While you're at it do a general tune up.....plugs, points condenser, wires , air filter, PCV, etc.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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