|03-01-2013 09:18 PM|
|bigdog7373||Well then you found the problem. Replace it and you should be good|
|03-01-2013 09:03 PM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||no it does not|
|03-01-2013 07:09 PM|
|bigdog7373||Ok so when the booster is not hooked up does it still try to stall?|
|03-01-2013 06:36 PM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||The booster is hooked up|
|03-01-2013 05:04 PM|
|03-01-2013 04:03 PM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||hey guys today i hooked up my brakebooster and my brakes got very hard to press down to the floor and car tryed to stall what can be the problem|
|02-27-2013 03:29 PM|
You can check the pump by installing a pressure gauge and taping it to the cowl and watching while you drive.
Since your problem happens at idle then I highly doubt there's anything wrong with the pump. Its almost 100% positive that its carb related. Either not enough fuel or too much. Do what I said to do in my fist response and let us know what happens. It should clear up the stalling as a poorly adjusted carb or timing in the cause of this problem most of the time.
|02-27-2013 02:55 PM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||I was thinking i need a new fuel pump but the fuel bowl is filling up,so will it be wiser to try feul reglator before new fuel pump?|
|02-27-2013 12:26 PM|
|bigdog7373||5 psi. Edelbrocks are very sensitive to fuel pressure.|
|02-27-2013 12:00 PM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||What iS your fuel presurre with the regulator?|
|02-27-2013 10:47 AM|
I have a similar setup and was having the same problem. First make sure your idle mixture is adjusted correctly. It's very easy to do.
Check your timing without vacuum advance plugged in.
Set your idle speed. What's it currently at in park and in gear?
You may need a regulator. I have a mech pump and i still use one.
|02-27-2013 05:55 AM|
They sell fuel pressure regulators at most parts stores, including the Edelbrock brand I think. Edelbrock documentation emphasizes the possibility of carburetor problems if you don't keep the pressure within recommended limits. A vacuum/fuel pressure gauge is very cheap, so you might want to check the pressure before you replace any parts.
With a stock mechanical pump you usually don't need a regulator because it will run at about 5 psi, but a regulator is used very frequently with electric pumps that put out more pressure.
|02-27-2013 05:21 AM|
|liljoe1996miller@aol||how do you change idle fuel pressure to 5psi|
|02-26-2013 11:38 PM|
idle fuel pressure is too high. 5psi is best. get a regulator if nessessary.
replace the fuel filter.
|02-26-2013 10:07 PM|
|cadillacdave1||Check the carb float. It could be going bad and filling with gas and causing the motor to sputter and flood at red lights. While driving at speed it would be less noticeable.|
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