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When the car sits for a week the carb goes dry and is very hard to start.It also idles fine one day and the next day it idles rough and runs rich.

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If you want to prevent the Carburetor from dry after sitting for a while I suggest letting the car run for 5-10 minutes . I do that with my 78 El Camino SS 350 and after the carb is primed it starts right up

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