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Stuck valve exhaust on left gets way hotter than on the right. exhaust on right side tries to suck dollar bill in.

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It is not unusual for the left side exhaust to be hotter. It hooks to the rear cylinder that has the least air flow and consistently runs hotter.
If the back pressure draws a dollar bill in when placed at the end of the pipe, this is typically caused by improperly closing valves.

Posted on Oct 29, 2013

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Great Toy you have. My project car is a '73 GT6 MKIII.
I'd suspect that your carb problem and the oil consumption are separate issues. If the plugs are oiled up it would be logical to conclude that oil is getting into the cylinders. One would expect smoke from the exhaust. Not seeing it doesn't decessarily mean it's not there. Are you getting a lot of oil or carbon from the tailpipe?
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Hello Friend, thank you for your inquiry!

I understand the freezer of your Frigidaire refrigerator is properly cooling but the refrigerator side is warm. May I have your model number please? The serial tag, which lists your model number, is normally located inside the cabinet, on the left/right side wall. With this information I can better determine the underlying cause.

In the meantime, I suggest checking that the door gasket is properly sealing. Place a dollar bill between the body of the freezer and the door. Now close the door. The dollar bill should stay in place and pull out with a small amount of resistance. If the dollar bill falls out when placed between the gasket and cabinet double check to see if the door is being blocked by anything stopping it from closing.

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here is something u can try to see if the gasket seals take a dollar bill put in the door frame shut the door if the dollar bill comes out easy the gasket is not sealing

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