67 f100 with 300six cut out and quits-sometimes.

Asked by Jun 25, 2014 at 09:07 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

replaced dist.,points and condenser,cap an rotor.and plugs an wires.,also coil.when its
running its smooth,drive day or a few days with no problem.when it acts up it will usually
start back up but will stall and back fire out of the exhaust pipe.

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Have you checked your fuel filter lately?

yes,replaced pump an filter.

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May help to clean the carburator,you have done all that i can think of,and the fact it only doe,s it now and then,and back fire,to much gas,

thank u

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