My 1973 D 100 keeps dieing when i come to a complete stop I have new carb,alternator, and fuel pump and am still having the issue any ideas?

Asked by Mar 19, 2015 at 09:16 PM about the 1973 Dodge D-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It will some times idle fine and other times especially after the motor warms up it cant hold the idle and dies Ive already a installed a new carburetor, new fuel pump and new alternator. Ive also tried adjusting the idle but with no luck. any ideas?

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Sound,s like you may have a ,vacume leak,check all vacume line,s and intake gasket,s as well,you have a leak somewhere,the easy way to find it would be spraying carb cleaner around intake and vacume hoses,it will make it rev higher or cut off,when you find it.

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Thats actually what i discovered after closer examination. It barly sliped simple fix with a hose camp thanks

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