No fire

Asked by Apr 26, 2016 at 09:54 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

electric fuel pump quit working got it back
pumping now I don't have any fire it's an old school
built high performance vortex 350 all motor I have
a Chevy HEI distributor. Any feed back please

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Old school TBI central throttle body injection? or Built with Carburation? For those of you that are wondering why you are not getting replies to your question Did you give the model, year, engine, and transmission information? If your vehicle has been altered from stock, let us know about that too.

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