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Update on 49 WD

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09-20-2014 11:31:36

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Got it to running pretty good. Where the manifold is leaking, the outside port on the R side looking at it, I have either a valve or lifter sticking. Im going to see if I can find some material to make a washer to fit in between the manifold inserts on that port to close it off, but don't know how to deal with the other problem. Other than take it to a mechanic. Ive put atf in the cyl ports, and down the manifold. Let it set a week each time. If its helped, it hasn't helped that port, #4

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09-23-2014 19:09:14

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 Re: Update on 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-20-2014 11:31:36  
For sticking valves, have the engine running above idle, take the small plug out of the Intake runner and shove a full pump-type oilcan in that hole and pump in the (used engine oil) as fast as the engine will take without killing it.

Problem solved..(on an AC)..


(PS..expect some SMOKE!!).

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09-23-2014 20:38:49

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 Re: Update on 49 WD in reply to BushogPapa, 09-23-2014 19:09:14  
What is, Where is the intake runner and plug??

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09-24-2014 20:58:42

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 Re: Update on 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-23-2014 20:38:49  
There should be a small 4-sided plug in the intake manifold between the carburetor and the upper part of the intake in one runner.

That port was for hooking a Vacuum line to, to power Milking Machines )!!..

If your is original, it should have it.


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09-21-2014 10:20:56

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 Re: Update on 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-20-2014 11:31:36  
pull the valve cover and see which one sticking. Most of the time you can lightly tap them with a hammer and have them break loose.I would advise a dead blow.

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09-21-2014 10:57:28

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 Re: Update on 49 WD in reply to jr1983, 09-21-2014 10:20:56  
I pulled the valve cover, and reset the tappits. Everything on top was moving as expected.

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