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1967 ford mustang convertible with 289 ci v-8 engine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1967 ford mustang 289, 4bbl
hesitating when from a standing start, then running well can be caused by having too big a jet size. I dropped the size of the jets on my Holley 4V, and it solved that part of the problem. The accelerator pump will push in too much gas, momentarily "drowning"the engine til you get enuff air to mix with the gas.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
A partially blocked radiator will also cause htis symptom. Had this happen on two cars in the past. Take radiator to shop for rodding out and cleaning.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
There should be several clipps around the glass. It has been a few years since I did my 67. You should be able to press down and wiggle the trim till it pops onto the clipps. The trim has a small groved edge on the back that the clipps grab onto. Then you slide the other trim parts together and press and wiggle them onto the clipps. Hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
I assume you have hydraulic lifters. If not, please get back to me. We used to do this with the covers off and the engine running, but that was messy. Here is procedure from autozone.com:
This procedure for the 289 and early 302 V8 engines is designed for engines in which the rocker arm mounting studs do not incorporate a positive stop shoulder on the mounting stud. These engines were originally equipped with this kind of stud. However, due to production differences, it is possible some 289 or early 302 engines may be encountered that are equipped with positive stop rocker arm mounting studs. Before following this procedure, verify that the rocker arm mounting studs do not incorporate a positive stop shoulder. On studs without a positive stop, the shank portion of the stud that is exposed just above the cylinder head is the same diameter as the threaded portion, at the top of the stud is of greater diameter than the threaded portion, this identifies it as a positive stop rocker arm stud and the procedure for the 351 engine should be followed.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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