Having problems with your 1986 Chrysler New Yorker ?

Car starts fine, when I push on pedal it lulls or struggles for gas, 1986 new yorker, I can still drive on road but have to pump pedal to keep motor accelerator

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-11-2017

Answers :

Make sure the carburetor is bolted down securely so that no air is leaking in under it. Make sure the screws around the top of the carburetor are secure.

Being careful, get your head down into the engine compartment while the car is idling, listening for an air leak.

Take an unlit propane torch that has the valve open, and pass it along all the intake component mating surfaces. When you get to a leak, fuel from the torch will pass through the leak rather than regular air, and the engine will speed up a little (or a lot). Point it at all vacuum hose ends (both ends of each hose).
Fuel filter needs to be replaced.
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