Some of the fuel and vaccum hoses were off and/or misplaced.i believe that it wont start because no fuel to carbs.If someone could tell me the proper placement for all fuel and vaccum lines or could email me drawing/diagram,i would be very very greatful !!
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it could be a number of reasons. it could be spark, no fuel delivery to carb or a leak somewhere that is allowing air to enter engine and leaning out your carb. do a crankcase pressure and vaccum test to find out whats going on
If the timing is right and you have spark, then it could only be a fuel issue. Does it have enough fuel getting to it? Have you checked the needle and seat in the carbs for wear or debris. Try undoing the fuel bowl drain plug and let some fuel out, if nothing comes out, try turning your fuel on. If on, and it is a vacuum tap. Check that you are getting good vacuum for the fuel to come out. If it is a gravity feed, take the hose off the carb and turn tap on to see if enough fuel is running out.
My best guess is gonna be a vaccum leak... pick up a cheap can of carb cleaner. Start your car and listen for a whistle or something close. it will probly be near or behind the throttle body. take your carb cleaner and spray it with out the little red hose around the back coner on the driver side of the motor. you can visually inspect the area after you hear an increase the idle. if you dont find it there spray all around any where you see a hose. Hope it helps. a vaccum leak usually wont set a check engine light on OBD 1 cars. Good luck.
Try cleaning pilot jets on carb or carbs. Also check for vaccume leaks like hose off of carb or bad carb boots.Spray carb cleaner around boots with bike running but be careful not to get it near exhaust or spark plug.
there should just be two hoses, one that larger hose that plugs into the fuel rail located on the back in the middle of the 2 and 3 carbs. One smaller vaccum line that goes to the front of the number 2 carb right next to the choke cable connector.
some vacumn lines only **** air when the antifreeze warms up,i would check either EGR valve or EGR sensor,then the fuel pressure regulator,but if you think its a vacumn issue,then spray carb cleaner around the throttle body and lines
Start by checking if it's a fuel or fire problem. Take a plug wire off and turn motor over.If there is fire, Take the hose going from the air cleaner to the throtle body off and spray a small amount of carb. cleaner in.If it's a fuel prob.,check the fuel pump relay (under the hood in a black box) (swap the relay out with another relay in the box ) If the relay is o.k., it's probly the fuel pump. If it;s a fireing prob., start with the coil and wires going to the coil.
hi you got an air leak its the air flow not the fuel that controls the speed too much fuel will cause flooding it wont start because its sucking air and eventually when it does the extra air being sucked in causes it to accelrate you need to lift your bonnet listen for signs of air being sucked in it may be a hose , or inlet manifold gaskets carb gasket it might even be the carb as it will have rubber seals diaphrams i had the mixture jet come out before and the car takes off like a rocket yates210456