"I don't recall you mentioning your carb. You mentioned that your mechanics are not used to american cars, and I wonder if the carb has been worked on or checked out. Remember, the thin metal shim has to be under the carb, and the 1/4 inch…"
"The noise on your recording does not sound like a bearing related one to me. It sounds like a pressure issue in the vacuum system or pcv as already mentioned. You've done a lot of things, but I would redo all of the pressure related…"
"Your recording sounds like a pressure leak of some kind. I would'nt give up on a vacuum leak yet. Sometimes they are hard to pinpoint, and are in the accessories especially the monkey motion on the climate control a/c, whether…"
"You can troubleshoot a vacuum leak as others have described with water, or better yet squirts of starting fluid which will suddenly increase your rpms. I would check it with a vacuum gauge to see how much vacuum you have. My guess is…"
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Hi,I have a huge problem my POWER SECTION of the ``Master-VAC Power Brake unit 9´´Diameter ´´ from Bendix is Broken and I can't open it to replace al the rubber parts did some of you have auch Power…Continue
Did anybody from the club install third brake light in the rear window in his Cadillac? I have problem to figure out how to do it. Can I just run wire from break pedal switch and second wire connect…Continue
Ok, I have another question. Since I will run wire for a brake light I might run speakers wires.I would like to install 2 extra speakers or maybe 4. What is best option. I do have 2 speakers already-…Continue
I have an excellent running 429 with 400 trans.recently removed from my 64. It has electronic ignition, new water pump,new fan and clutch(not pictured),new fuel pump,Holley 650 vac. sec. carb. with…Continue
So I am troubleshooting my fuel gauge issue. I bought a new sender and tested it. It it goes from 1-ohm (empty) to 35-ohm (full). When I test it (outside the tank), when the float is in the up (full) position it only moves the gauge to about 1/2 full. When at the bottom (empty) position the gauge shows empty. This is the same issue I have when I fill and then use the gas in the tank - the gauge never reads ore than half full. Based on what I've read on this thread it would seem like the…