Question about 1966 Ford Mustang
Have you tried dumping perhaps a soda cap quantity of gas directly into the carbeurator?If you do that and it fires,you likely have a gas flow problem.If it doesn't fire,loosen the top half of the distributor cap.Have someone try to start it while you slightly turn the distributor cap in both directions,perhaps as much as 1/2 of an inch in each direction.In the old carbeurator engines,that was how you had to time the ignition.Other possibilities are the fuel filter,I am not sure if there was a fuel pump relay in those days,and maybe air in the gas line although it sounds as if you have probably already tried to start it enough times to get the air out.If you have any questions or need more help,just comment here and I will get an autolink to your post and reply ASAP.I really encourage responses so I can follow up properly as I know where you stand and asking someone else restarts all the explaining because we cannot see other 'Expert's' responses.Good luck,Greg
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