Its probably your timing chain or belt
it's on the fire wall in a black box with 4 to 6 colored wires.
Is it getting fuel? Does it have compression?
Adjust the choke on your carb.
Probably the fuel pump.
Start looking at fire and gas. Trace these two that are the main problems.
Yes it does you start out with electricity you get fire when you overcharge the bridge and you get ice of you pick Kuo to switch powers with
I would try distibutor cap and rotor.
Check and clean your spark plugs that might be the problem.
On Fire - 1987 TV was released on: USA: 5 January 1987
Yes, hair straighteners can start a fire if left on for a long time. There are several documented cases of hair straighteners causing fires. Make sure you switch them off after use or look at buying the type that switch themselves off after 15 minutes or so.
It is the Babbs Switch Fire. It happened in 1924 in Babbs Switch, Oklahoma.
In the event of a collision, the flow of the fuel stops to prevent fire. You have the press the fuel reset button in order to start the flow again. The switch is called a fuel pump inertia switch.
Start with a good tune up. Could be a bum spark plug or spark plug wire.
crank sensor is bad
There can be numerous reasons for this. Start at the basics gas and fire (electric power). Trace these things to the problem.
increase the amperage of the switch. if it is a 15 amp switch, change it to a 20 amp switch. you also can reduce the load on the switch, which will relieve the heating. in either case, do it NOW, that switch can start a fire at any time. be prepared to pay 5 to7.00 for a 20 amp switch.
fuel pump relay?
Check your crank shaft sensor
Yes they can ! They can get stopped up and not run, I had a chevy corsica that did that. If not careful they can catch on fire.
On Fire - 1987 TV is rated/received certificates of: Iceland:L
Born of Fire - 1987 is rated/received certificates of: USA:R
It is not the Volts that will start a fire it is the current drown that will start a fire.
maybe ignition modual
2.8 - even fire ... 3.1 229 odd fire early 80's ( not Buick - Chevy )
The Plug that is hooked to the head light switch is melting, Get a new switch at a parts store, it will come with a new plug, it will be necessary to splice (solder) the plug. If you do not replace the plug and switch it will start a fire in the dash.