Does it stay running after putting gas down throttle body? 88 should be throttle body injection not carb. TBI you should see gas squirting out of the injectors when its cranking if not then no pressure or bad injectors, wiring
located in the fuel tank of a 1992 corsica ,it may be the same for your model if this is so you may need to drop the tank . I would notadvice you to take on this job unless you have to.
Sounds like a dud fuel pump to me. Check all the wires first . Funny though , 87 rx7 had no carburetor...it has electronic fuel injection.
if it has a carburetor it is normal
You do not state the year of your Renault. Unless it is a very early model, It may not have a carburetor to find. It will have a fuel injection system instead.
There is a fuel pressure sensor on the back of the carburetor for the 1982 Corvette. Normally, there is no fuel shut off switch unless it is installed as an after market part. If the fuel will not shut off normally, replace the fuel pressure sensor behind the carburetor.
(No Charge)First test the battery. If it is OK check the alternator. (Die at stoplight)Start with a good tuneup (plugs, points, rotor, distributor cap). If that doesnt solve it, either replace the carburetor or rebuild the carburetor. It sounds like it is staving for gas at idle which could be a minor carburetor adjustment.
Good luck with that one. That car doesn't have a carburetor unless it has been altered.
As far as my knowledge goes the fuel pump should be inside the gas tank. Which means you will have to drop the tank to replace it, unless there is an access panel either under the back seat or behind the seat in the trunk.
Unless it has been modified, the engine should be equipped with throttle body injection.
Choke not closing when cold, Accelerator pump in carburetor not working-- Float leval to low.
The 400 in the 1979 F150 has a 2 barrel carburetor , so unless your willing to change the intake manifold to a 4 barrel manifold and get a 4 barrel carburetor , I would stick with original equipment
Sounds like you have a plugged jet in the carburetor. You probably need to remove the carburetor and clean all the jets. This should restore you to the correct air/fuel ratio. If that doesn't work, the carburetor needs to be adjusted by the needles.
normally you shouldn't have to,unless you've disturbed the hydraulic side of them
NO, unless it it worn out or making noise
don't replace it unless it breaks
Normally if it operates you will not replace it, unless you wish to upgrade.
That would be a 4-barrel ROCHESTER 4MV QUADRAJET CARBURETOR. Unless... It's an L78 (solid lifter, 375 HP 396) then it would most likely be a Holley 780.
Probably not. Unless the previous intake and carb were not functioning properly.
Sounds like it is flooding out. Try idling your carburetor up. unless it is fuel injected. also use some carburetor cleaner, or throttle body and injection cleaner if its fuel injected.
You can not replace it unless it's an old ford focus.
There would be no reason to replace it unless it is not working.
It is not a goal directly from the throw unless it touches a player before it goes in.
It probably won't work effectively/efficiently unless it is re-jetted.