Thank you for your response. I have taken very good care of my 1988 G10. I wish I had the test equipt, plus the skill to use it. My van has 174,000 miles. Runs great. Could my problem be the Co2 sensor? Last changed over 50,000 miles ago? Thanks Vikica P.S. I have a throdle (sp) body fuel injection.
my conversion consist of taking a 302 block and heads out of a 1991 5.0 mustang and installing it in a 1968 302 mustang using points and plug ignition system and edelbrock intake system. The conversion is complete and she purs like a kitten.I used the stock distributor from the 68 motor to fire her up.I now believe this is not the proper distributor gear to be with this cam so i have ordered a pertronix plug and play distributor part #751-d130700 that is meant for the 1968 ignition and intake and now i beleive i will also need to change this pertronix dist gear to a steel gear.
My question is do you folks agree or disagree that i am on the right track?and is there any thing in your opinion i am missing or will need?
Thank you I wasnt sure one how to adjust that cable but good ole you tube just taught me .. thanks the tips and after playing with it for the past few days i was already leaning torwards that..(and yes i did disconnect the tan wire on the firewall to set the base timing but it took me a day to figure that out as well im too old school for this computer crap... And there are no obd codes... i do belive its the kickdown cable.
doug i need some advice on a 91 chevy 5.7 i put in a 93 gmc serria. The truck is timed runs fine no faults. But when you drive it down the road and it shifts into 2nd it falls on its face and basically dies but the computer will pickup advance the engine to keep it runing causing it to downshift. until i hit 2nd again process of repeat i have taken many procedures to figure out what could be causing this and ?"???? i need help
Doug, Just stopped by...nothing else going on, right now. Read the post about that guy's V-10 Ford spitting out a sparkplug...amusing. Then Steve (Beefy) had to open his pie hole about that gas guzzling, POS, 1998 Ford Expedition he bought. I almost fell off my chair, laughing! $800, let's see, that's $650 too much for a '98 Expedition with a ruined cylinder head. I'm still laughing...
Doug, My brother is on his way, finally. He decided to make the Route 66 trip from California to Chicago in his 1935 Ford sedan...Of course, he's no fool...The sedan is powered by a '99 Corvette LS1 engine and transmission. His wife is accompanying him on the trip and they're documenting the trip on "Facebook".
At last communication, they were leaving Santa Rosa, New Mexico headed for Texas today (7/22/09)....Don't know how close you are to RT 66, but he's on his way...