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'39 Model B Can't open the choke.

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Jake

07-13-2001 14:11:50
141.151.229.21



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I just had to replace the front cam bearing, after putting everything back together, I can't keep it running after I try to open the choke. It starts just fine and I can crack open the choke just a little, any more than that, it shuts off. All the timing marks lined up. Is it possible to get the cam gear on 180 degrees off?? If so, will it cause a situation like this? If not, what else can I look for. I looked for air leaks with propane, I had the carb rebuilt by a dealer, I checked ignition. It almost acts like it's running out of gas, so I even put a larger diameter gas line on it. I'm lost and out of ideas.

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Tyler(WA)

07-16-2001 13:47:56
12.13.226.16



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 Re: '39 Model B Can't open the choke. in reply to Jake, 07-13-2001 14:11:50  
You could have an air leak in the intake manifold. That would make it act like it was starved for fuel when it was really just not drafting enough through the carberator.



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Tom Miller

07-15-2001 22:59:59
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 Re: '39 Model B Can't open the choke. in reply to Jake, 07-13-2001 14:11:50  
There might be a hole in the float that it is making it run out of fuel.



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dan

07-15-2001 07:25:41
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 Re: '39 Model B Can't open the choke. in reply to Jake, 07-13-2001 14:11:50  
it acts like it's running out of fuel because it is.If the float bowl is filling,than there is dirt in the carb jet or it was mis-assembled.I rebuilt a carb on a B just to find out the air cleaner was full of rust and every time I started it, all the rust was pulled into the carb.good luck.



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dan

07-15-2001 07:24:54
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 Re: '39 Model B Can't open the choke. in reply to Jake, 07-13-2001 14:11:50  
it acts like it's running out of fuel because it is.If the float bowl is filling,than there is dirt in the carb jet or it was mis-assembled.I rebuilt a carb on a B just to find out the air cleaner was full of rust and every time I started it, all the rust was pulled into the carb.good luck.



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