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I have a 1984 F150 with s 351 winsdor engine.l. my carburator allows the gas to leak into my oil and my plugs are constantly getting wet.... truck wont start up rite.

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Sounds like there is alot of dirt in the carburetor and it should be pulled apart cleaned and rebuilt with a new kit that comes with the necessary parts.also install a new accelerator pump in the carb.change the oil and dry out the plugs if they are in good shape.

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