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Re: WD problems

cuts out/in

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Phil Auten (Tx)

08-04-2002 12:49:59

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It sounds like fuel starvation. Look down in the tank with a flashlight and check to see if the fuel outlet is partially blocked.

Then check the fuel flow to the carb. Remove the fuel line and check for a strong flowing stream about 1/4" dia.

If that is good, clean the carburetor really well using Berrymans B-12 and clean all the little passages with a stiff wire.

Check the float setting to make sure it is allowing enough fuel to enter the bowl.

I doubt that your float is sunk due to the symptoms you describe.

If that doesen't help, a good, complete tune-up seems to be in order (points, condenser, rotor, cap, wires and plugs).

If the problem isn't fixed then, I would suspect the coil. Sometimes they will act really wierd after they warm up.

Good luck,

P.S. One more thing. Be sure you have fresh gas.

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Dale Haaland

08-05-2002 18:06:46

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 Re: Re: WD problems - cuts out/in in reply to Phil Auten (Tx), 08-04-2002 12:49:59  
Thanks for the response. I had already checked the fuel tank and it looked OK. (Had that problem before). I verified that there is a good fuel flow to the carb. I guess I will take it apart and clean it next.

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