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84 Dodge W250 Died in back 40

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BobEastTN

12-01-2016 16:12:40




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My farm truck quit going to the back 40 on the farm. The symptoms are: Engine fires, runs up, then dies.
I have replaced the obvious pieces the fuel filter and the fuel pump. Still seems like it is starved for fuel. I suppose it could be some of the ancient emission control parts but after 30 odd yrs. how do I bypass.
Any idea of a plan of attack would be appreciated.




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parrothead

02-17-2017 07:32:55




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 Re: 84 Dodge W250 Died in back 40 in reply to BobEastTN, 12-01-2016 16:12:40  
Check the fuel hoses coming out of the fuel tank sending unit. Those can dry out and crack, causing it to suck air into the fuel line. I had the same issue on my '79 W250.



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D-C-741

12-17-2016 16:30:11




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 Re: 84 Dodge W250 Died in back 40 in reply to BobEastTN, 12-01-2016 16:12:40  
Mine Had Hole Rusted in Fuel Line As it Came out of the Fuel Tank.On The Top Under the Box = I had to Pull the Tank To Fix it .



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to_many_irons

12-04-2016 17:39:45




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 Re: 84 Dodge W250 Died in back 40 in reply to BobEastTN, 12-01-2016 16:12:40  
one of those blocks on the fire wall ?



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mike french

12-01-2016 21:18:26




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 Re: 84 Dodge W250 Died in back 40 in reply to BobEastTN, 12-01-2016 16:12:40  
coil is bad most likely



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