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'71 - F350 turn signals and fuel pump questions


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Posted by Michael Sheik on November 29, 2007 at 05:34:23 from (199.153.192.254):

Turn Signals: I am trying to get them working. I have power at the fuse and fuse is good. I am trying to figure out what color the two wires are that provide power thru the switch on steering column for right and left turn. I have a book but it is not showing color codes for the harness going up the steering column.

Fuel Pump: I am trying to figure out what causes this 390cid to not want to stay running until it is warmed up good. Even on full choke, it will sputter and die after about 20 seconds. If you pump accelerator 5 or 6 times and crank, it will start up but you have to keep pumping accelerator for it to run. After I finally get it to keep running for 10 minutes and it is warmed up, it will keep running at a very fast idle(without choke). Wandering if the fuel pump is not putting out good as it is old and maybe even original. I have a freshly rebuilt carb on it. Any other thoughts?


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