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Old 12-24-2013, 12:22 PM
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1984 D150 SWB 360 4bbl



well ive fiddled with the dist and it seems to be working correctly and still the dang thing wont start after its warmed up......i have an idea tho.......what if i striped it all down to all grunt? and just left the gauges hooked up....no comps no nada just basic all grunt.....but i dont know how to rewire it is my problem there....any and all ideas and advice is welcome
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i apologize for the mishap. was tryin to make an update to my previous post
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