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The front breaks have gone out and I don't know if the back is bad too. The carb also has several problems including bad needles a
You should have front and rear brakes checked for thickness to see if they are in need of replacement. You should also have an expert check the carburetor as it may have problems with dirt of debris clogging the jets....
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Brake lights stay on all the time.
Hi there. The most likely cause for the brake lights staying on is, a faulty brake light switch. Another possibility, would be a short to power past the brake light switch and disconnecting the brake light switch would isolate whether,...
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Lost power to multiple electrical components
Hi there. From the description you have provided, the issue could be a combination of electrical problems. Circuit tests should be performed to prove the failure(s). It could be that the fusible link(s) have burned near the battery positive cable....
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Lost power to headlight and parking lights. No power to starter or horn.
Hi there. Diagnosing an electrical issue like this can be very time consuming and frustrating. However, it's always best to start with the basics like checking fuses, the main electrical relay, and grounding issues. If you need some assistance pinpointing...
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Lost power - 1986 Dodge W250
Hello. Your issue falls within a very standard electrical system diagnostic that a YourMechanic professional can accomplish during a mobile visit to your home or office. Typically, an incident of the type you are describing is caused by wiring harness...
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Wants to stall. At idle and under acceleration
Hi there: If your 1986 Dodge W250 is fuel injected, this issue is commonly caused by an idle control valve or the throttle body which is most likely dirty and simply needs to be cleaned. If it's the carburetor version...
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When at idle truck wants to stall
Hello there, many common faults will cause your 1986 Dodge W250 to want to stall when coming to a stop and sputter under acceleration. The most common causes are the power brake booster, vacuum leak, MAF sensor, oxygen sensor, crankshaft...

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