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Jeep running rough
An older vehicle like this requires a lot more hands-on tuning and adjustment. Things such as timing, dwell, spark plug, point gap, and carburetor adjustments all should be finely tuned. Getting a vehicle running requires knowledge of those adjustments and...
Fuel gauge broke.
It sounds like you may have a bad sending unit in the fuel tank. Sometimes the old fuel sending unit floats no longer float in the fuel tank and will not show the proper level, these must be replaced. I...
Car backfires
Engine backfiring usually indicates flooding from the carburetor on older cars. Sometimes the needle and seat in the carburetor stick and cause it to flood fuel into the engine. I would recommend having a technician from YourMechanic come out and...
Possible electrical issue in a 1960 Ford F-350
This vehicle being more than 55 years old would require an expert mechanic. You could have a simple battery issue, or more complex problems involving wiring, or starter issues. I recommend that you have a mechanic, such as one from...
Float valve stuck
Hello. If the engine is running rich or flooding from too much fuel then the flaot may be stuck open. If it is not closing then it will barely run, if at all. It this started right after this carburetor...
My new gas gauge should read from about 10 o'clock for empty and about 2 o'clock for full. My needle goes to about 5 o'clock.
You would need to see if the sending unit is shorted to ground. If you test it with an ohm meter you should get somewhere between the 5 and 30 ohms. If you are getting 5, then the gauge will...
Was k10 made in the 60s and what does k and c stand for
Hey there. The C10 is a 2-wheel drive 1/2 ton and the K10 is a 4-wheel drive 1/2 ton. The first C/K designations were first used from 1960 to 1973.
Fuel problem in 1960 F-100
First, you'd want to make sure that the carburetor isn't getting full of crud. So pull the top off of the carburetor and look inside. If it's full of debris, even though you have a new fuel pump, you're going...
Brakes don't work properly. Hard to push - 1960 Jeep CJ5
Since you do not have power brakes, a clogged hose line or fitting may be the cause or a sticking/binding caliper may be the issue. You may want to enlist the help of a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic,...

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