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cheflarry
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Asked by cheflarry May 10, 2013 at 10:15 PM about the 1962 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The motor starts up and it idles good but when i put it in drive the engine dies anyone has any ideal why i am hearing that it is the transmission some people says it is ar Carburetor

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judge_roy
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...adjust the timing and the vacuum advance. set the butterfly and heat- riser up correctly for the temperature...examine the snorkel and stove kit to make sure that the flap opens after a few minutes of use----check the fuel pressure at the fuel pump and replace fuel filter~

tenspeed
45,645

It could be many things that stall the engine when put into drive. Check the vacuum hoses first. Check the engine idle speed too.

judge_roy
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it's the temperature vs. carburetor enrichness to be set correctly~

Man Armstrong
55

How long after you put it in to drive does it die? rite away or after a couple of seconds?

AutoOneMobile
15

I would also check fuel pressure.

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