Question by : ’74 mustang II breakdown?
Auto was running good and then all of a sudden died and won’t restart. Found excessively loose distributer cap, repaired, still won’t begin. Timing belt changed currently, nonetheless, helps make strange sound when cranking. Please recommend? 4-cylender 2.three engine, automobile trans. Only 70,000 miles.
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Solution by fullback4life
Hi, I own a ’71 Roadrunner and heres my opinion for what its value. Do you have the proper oil or right quantity? These autos generally take 8-10 quarts. Also, test your spartplugs for grime and buildup. I have a buddy who has a traditional and his gas pump went bad. The things you changed is not genuinely likely to affect if the car gets spark and fires up or not. Examine spark plugs, gasoline pump, carbuerator. Lastly, maybe you got bad fuel? Has been know to happen. Very good Luck!
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