Question about Safari 669416 In the Garden Magnetic Sculpture Pack of 3
First I think I would check for any disconnected vacuum lines along the intake ( on top of the motor). The best way I know of is to get a can or 2 of carb cleaner and put the little red hose on the tip. Start the car with the hood open and begin to spray carb cleaner along the lengths of vacuum lines in 1 second bursts, listening for the engine to race and watching carefully where you spray. I would also have a fire extinguisher handy - just in case! If the engine races, look where you just sprayed for a cracked or split line or a line off or a vacuum cap missing. If, after covering all of the lines you still haven't found the problem, then I'd check the spark plugs and spark plug wires for operation and replace if necessary.. If you have a distributor cap, I would inspect the cap and the rotor underneath the cap for wear and build up and replace if old or worn. There are other components that could easily cause your problem but they are more involved to inspect and diagnose. If the problem persists after the above procedures then I may suggest taking it to a shop since you could throw a lot of money at this vehicle and still have the problem.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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