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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-07-2003, 10:27 PM
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wierd stalling problem Please look edit look again

Well I just got my 86. All stock for now.
I have a weird stalling problem. Engine runs fine, starts good, and when cold runs great. After it heats up when im driving It gets up to about 35mph and starts to stall out kind of sounds like its flooded. After 30 seconds or so I can restart it but it just keeps doing the same thing. I have tried adjusting the carb (but not real knowledgable about carbs). Checked fuel lines (brand new fuel pump). Replaceded plugs, changed oil and re-timed it. NoLuck.
Anyone have this problem or any sugestions?
I did a search and tried every thing I found that even sounded like my problem.
I need to get this thing running smooth my new transfer case with calmini DL gears and spring over stuff came today.
Thanks in advance
Tony

Well so far I have checked the choke linkage, cleaned carb, and checked all vacume lines.
Could a bad/clogged cat cause this?
Thanks again to all of those who have looked and replied
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Re: wierd stalling problem Please look

Get some good carb cleaner , and hose down the choke linkage , they can stick shut . Verify it's working properly, and make sure the pre-heater hose is hooked up to the air cleaner .
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Re: wierd stalling problem Please look

My 71 landcruiser did that to me,would not go past 35mph come to find out my fuel filter was pluged up.They are cheap and easy to change,just a thought.
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Re: wierd stalling problem Please look

I agree fuel filter....dirty air filter...then vacuum lines.
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Re: wierd stalling problem Please look

Or maybe a bad fuel pump also..

I'd do the filters first though.. Check all the rubber parts of the fuel line I've seen them get one and collaspse under suction.
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