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1985 dodge b150 starving for fuel
#766709 October 21st 2020 6:57 pm
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New fuel pump, an electric one. New fuel filter, fuel lines blown out, fuel system cleaner, float levels are to spec.

Bogs down and wants to die on heavy acceleration.

Any ideas? Thank you!!

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Possible vacuum leak ?


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Re: 1985 dodge b150 starving for fuel
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Visually looks like fuel is shutting off after about 7 seconds of heavy throttle. Though I'm fairly confident fuel pressure is high and consistent up to carb.

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It's possible that the in tank 'sock filter' is plugged. I have seen that before, open enough to run and accelerate lightly but not enough flow for hard throttle.

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Since you're seeing this during heavy acceleration, have you checked the throttle kick down adjustment? It's the sliding rod which couples the throttle mechanism to the transmission. It's notorious for causing such issues. It adjusts fluid pressure in the transmission, so it's a big deal.

Do you have a service manual? The adjustment is described in the section on transmissions. I could dig up the adjustment procedure if you don't have it.

Also, the kick down rod should be spring loaded at both ends; be sure the springs aren't missing.

While you're in that area, before making the kick down adjustment, make sure that when you push the accelerator pedal to the flood that the butterflies are actually opening fully. If not, you can adjust the opening via the threaded rod which couples the accelerator pedal to the throttle mechanism on the carb.


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