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I have a 86 dodge d150. i have replaced the fuel pump, but i am still not getting fuel to the carb. all fuel lines are in good shape. truck only starts( for a minute then dies) when carb is primed.

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    Mike Butler May 19, 2011

    Your sure it's carburetor, yes? Fuel pump, mechanical or electric in tank? That's the year that could have been either, that's why I'm asking for clarification. Which engine?

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On my '83 d150 with slant 6, the air breather has a retangular shaped box built on it with 2 plugs from the main wire harness the plug into it. i think that box is the spark/fuel control system.

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You may think all lines are good. Replace them if they are rubber. Cut the farthest piece loose from the truck and drop in a gallon of gas and see if it picks it up. A new fuel pump should.

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