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Re: no fuel coming to carburator
It could be fuel pump or fuel pump relay.Click here to see how to remove fuel pump.Click here to see fuel pump.See how much the fuel pump is,make sure it's that.Here's the fuel pump relay.Here's how to remove fuel pressure.
Check the fuse to the fuel pump and make sure that the fuse is not blown.disconnect the fuel line at the fuel pump and see if fuel is coming out of the fuel pump,check the relay to the pump and make sure it's working.turn the key forward but don't start the vehicle and you should hear the fuel pump come on.if all of these are good change the fuel pump.
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Sounds like it could be a carburator issue. Fuel could be leaking out of the fuel bowl or back to the fuel tank. You can tell this if you have the breather off and *before trying to start the engine* operate the accelerator arm on the carburator as you look down into the carburator. If the fuel hasn't leaked back you should see it shoot some fuel into the carburator. Also could be a fuel pump problem where the pump lets the fuel leak back and there isn't fuel there to pump up to start the engine when it's cold. Also the 360 wasn't released until 1971 so it's pretty safe to say it's not a 1967 or not a 360.
First try shooting some starting fluid in intake manifold, and if fires up but still won't keep running, my guess next would be your looking and checking out your fuel pump. You can check that out my removing a line and see if fuel is pumping out of the out put of fuel pump. Because it it carburated its pretty easy to trouble shoot. It's going to be in most cases spark plugs , fuel pump.
Check all of the fuel lines very carefully for breaks or cracks in the fuel lines, especially between the fuel tank and the fuel pump.
If the fuel lines are all in good condition then you can safely assume that the problem is in the fuel pump and you will need to replace it. (If the fuel pump is in really bad shape the engine oil on the end of the engine oil dip-stick will smell like fuel)