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Posted by Anonymous on
You most likely have a vapor-lock problem in your fuel system,or possibly a clogged Fuel Filter. There may be trash in the tank if the filter is bad, replace it. Check to see that the fuel-tank cap is closing well. Check the Air Filter also it WILL effect the way the engine runs I'll need more information to speculate further, too many relevant facts missing in your question. Try to include everything Thanks!
Posted on Sep 19, 2014
Since #1&6 are the furthest from the center of the manifold (if it's a 4.0) I'd suspect that either the manifold gasket is leaking a bit and leaning out both cylinders, or you have an ignition wire that has worn through a bit (in this case either #1 or #6)and they are either crossing or in close proximity to each other permitting cross fire.(not extremely likely but possible) The other item I'd check is your fuel filter. A partially plugged filter will cut down on delivery, effectively lowering available fuel when you need it most (pulling in mid range) Also, make sure your air filter is clean!
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: which direction do i have
Hi I have seen several scrap fan motors because one did not ask which way but just tried! You are clever by checking first
There are two ways I determine the correct way!
1) See whether there is a piece of the thread sticking out past tghe nut. See whether you can make our the threads/. The threads are slanted!
Turn the nut in the direction that will slide it along the threads in the direction that you want ot to exit!
Remember that the fan nut & direction was designed as a self tightening mechanism.
If you look at the shape of the blades, ou can figure out which way the motor have to turn to propell the wind in the correct direction. now imagine, you are holding the fan, and the bmotor is trying to turn the fan. See what way you have to oppose the motor's push. That way is tight! So turn the nut in the opposite direction.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
Just out of curiosity is there trailer lights plugin installed if so the plugin could be creating a neg ground for your lights
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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