Re: NEED HELP!!!!
look underneath the brake master cylinder (MC) the brake light switch is screwed into the bottom of it.
if the engine runs fine on light load and not at all under any load, than i wood suspect fuel pressure.
under light load there is little need for full volume of fuel, but under driveing conditions, the need for fuel is great, (of corse), check to make sure u have enuff VOLUME AND PRESSURE from the fuel pump and that all filters and lines are unobstructed.
next time u ahve the engine running, as soon as it dies, pull somewhere safe and imediatly check 2c if any fuel is in the carb by removing the air cleaner, starring down the throats of the carb and moving the throttle linkage.
there shood be 2 distinctive streams of fuel present when u do this, if not, fuel starvation is the prob.
do u smell alot of fuel when the engine dies?? if so than perhaps ur getting too much fuel to the carb and are flooding out. if the float mech within the carb is compromised than it cant meter fuel properly.
are the motor mounts bad??? if they are, the engine cood move while under load and temporarly disconnect or ground the elec system to the plugs.