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Anyone know what causes this and what I may need to do to fix it?
Building an original style CSX 427SC frame/body car with Carbon fiber body, 393W stroker, T5 (for now), T-bird IRS w/3.27 gears, dual roll bars, and lots of decisions yet to make.
MkIII Roadster, IRS, Levy Racing 351w Mass Flo EFI, TKO 600, Grad. Oct. 2006.
Type 65 Coupe, IRS, Levy Racing 347, HD T-5, Wilwood brakes, Grad. May 2010 (sold Aug 2012)
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Many have an element(like a glow plug) that gets red hot and ignites the gas.
It may quit working soon as the element will burn a fuse being on too long.The parts can be replaced yourself (if you built your car)it's not hard , but sounds like it is OLD?
There is 3 parts that should be replaced if you plan on keeping it
I would tear out the old kitchen and replace the cabinets and all appliances and imported granite
"FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE ,I AM PROUD OF MY COUNTRY"...2008 M.O.
You guys never fail to crack me up. That is exactly the sort of mind set we all seem to have.
I'm going to change the oil in the car and *bam* it's seven hours later, the oils isn't changed but the interior has been detailed and I've rearranged the garage looking for the ramps and oil drain tub.
FFR# 6281: 351w, Vic Jr. heads, 10.5:1, xe288hr cam. IRS.
First start: Nov. 08
First go gart: Nov. 08
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