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Old 02-11-2013, 05:59 PM   #1
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So my 66 I6 suddenly took a dump the other day. (not DD, just sits in my garage and I turn it on every once in a while) I'm pretty sure it's a fuel issue. Car has gas, I know the carb has a leak. And one of the hoses got punctured (taped it up) I removed my carb and what I think is the fuel filter. I want to rebuild the carb myself so where could I get a decent rebuild kit for this carb. I'm not very familiar with carbs. And also, would autozone carry a fuel filter for the 66? I took off mostly everything that has to do with the fuel from the engine bay.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:02 PM   #2
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Lol, I plan on doing a 5.0 swap in the future. But for now I'm keeping the I6
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Update: I played around with the carb and it is really sticky. My guess is old fuel. And the throttle stays open and doesn't close like it should. I'm guessing it is stuck due to the fuel. I'm gonna stop by autozone later and pick up carb cleaner. Maybe a new filter and a carb rebuild kit if they sell them there
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