Posted by TitanTn on November 13, 2013 at 17:12:40 from (126.96.36.199):
I"m struggling here. It started with a simple tune up since it hasn"t had one in years and there was a little miss every now and then. Now I can"t get it to start at all.
New parts: plugs, wires, cap, rotor, points, condenser, coil, new to me carb.
I seem to be getting great spark at each plug, and the engine passes the finger compression check. Sucks and blows hard.
The carb float has been set. Fuel is flowing easily into the carb. After attempting to crank for a few seconds and no starting, the fuel dumps back out of the carb air intake. The plugs don"t seem to look very wet at all.
The part that confuses me the most is that spraying ether in the intake doesn"t make any difference.
Every now and then the engine will catch and try to start but it doesn"t.
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