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Frequently with clutches it's very hard to bleed the air out. You can sit with a partner in the cabin of the vehicle and do this forever and never get all the air out. I recommend you get a hand vac …
answered Dec 24 '15 by DucatiKiller
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The rust your photo depicts is normal for the steel components on any vehicle. New or used. You can go review the undersides of new vehicles at a car lot and see that many will show rust right off …
answered May 11 '15 by DucatiKiller
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Fear not, he's not ripping you off. Spark plugs are cheap, you change them in sets as you do with brakes or spark plug wires. You want all of your spark plugs to match and have nearly the same level …
answered Dec 8 '15 by DucatiKiller
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It is not necessary to change the wires but it's a good idea. Here's the reason. If your spark plugs have been in the engine too long the component at the end of the plug get's oxidized over time fr …
answered Dec 8 '15 by DucatiKiller
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Possible Issues/Symptoms You Asked What symptoms will this cause and could this be related to the issues I'm seeing? A clogged catalytic converter. A clogged catalytic converter can cause man …
answered Dec 26 '15 by DucatiKiller
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JB Weld is gasoline resistant. I would disassemble the carburetor and inspect suspicious cracked components prior to applying any epoxy to the surfaces. Ensure components are absolutely clean inspe …
answered Feb 28 '16 by DucatiKiller
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The error code represents "High Pressure Common Rail Checksum Error" This could be the FCA (fuel control actuator) or a fuel pressure sensor on your main high pressure fuel rail or possibly both. Th …
answered Dec 8 '15 by DucatiKiller
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Your spark plug was loose If the spark plug was loose and gone, based upon your comments, the coil did not pop out of your head, the sparkplug popped out of your head. The last change of the sparkpl …
answered May 28 '16 by DucatiKiller
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You have to clean the engine bay first When troubleshooting for the source of an oil look you first have to completely clean off all of the old oil, dirt and built up grime. You can get a citrus bas …
answered Apr 5 '16 by DucatiKiller
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More than likely your issues are related to old glow plugs. Glow plug replacement is a standard maintenance task. Your glow plugs in a diesel are the equivalent to spark plugs in a gasoline engine. …
answered Dec 14 '15 by DucatiKiller
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You have two separate idle settings on your carburetor. One is for the choke idle and the other is for your off-choke idle. When you start your vehicle in the morning the idle setting will be fixed …
answered Jan 1 '16 by DucatiKiller
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This question and answer from @BobCross is very illuminating and may help you in your decision making process. Have a look.
answered Feb 17 '16 by DucatiKiller
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Based upon the information you've provided it sounds like the issue revolves around the ignition switch. It's inconsistent in it's operation and seems like it would be the root cause. If the ignitio …
answered Jan 2 '16 by DucatiKiller