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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get a tee fitting for the size of the vaccum line and connect the advanced line into an existing line from the carb. Worked for me on one of my old cars.
Posted on May 31, 2009
first of all you have no carb its fuel injected, at least you know you have spark, now do you have fuel pressure??, is the fuel pump working?/ if you have fuel and pressure then you have to check signal at the injectors, so if you have fuel pressure and a good injector pulse the next step is to check the injectors, this may require removal, good luck
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
LOOK ON CARBURETOR FOR A IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON THE METAL TAG ON BOWL COVER. LOOK ON CARB MAIN BODY FOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER.YOU NEED THAT NUMBER TO GET ALL INFORMATION FOR CARBURETOR. YOU NEED INFO FOR FLOAT SETTING.CHOKE VACUUM KICK, FAST IDLE CAM, AND CHOKE UNLOADER.THE CARBURETOR KIT WILL HAVE ALL INFORMATION YOU NEED TO HELP YOU OVER HAUL. WHEN YOU CLEAN CARBURETOR YOU HAVE TO GET ALL RUBBER OR PLASTIC PARTS OFF. REMOVE ALL CHOKES VACUUM DIAPHRAGM PULL OFFS.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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