Question about RTO Oar Sockets
That's where I would look first the Main jets on Carburetors.
However also have you changed the plugs, I have had even new ones give me this type of fault, If so clean the old ones and retry.
I could be that simple.
Have you done a compression test to make sure all cylinders are within 10lbs of each other, If they are not then your troubles are about to really start.
Not often but coil pack have been known to give up under load.
WITH PLASTIC pliers while you run the motor up with load pull one plug lead off at a time to see if a spark jumps or motor changers note, if change happens then that plug is firing. Be careful tho, as this can give you a shocking experience. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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