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Old 13 Oct 2007, 02:57 pm
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Default truck dies out when you put it in reverse or drive?

I have a 1967 ford pick up f100 and everytime i put it in reverse to back up or put it in drive it dies out what could be wrong and please dont say cause its a ford i alredy know that.I have a 1967 ford f100 pickup everytime i put it in reverse or drive it dies out on me i already turned the idle up and it still does it even when i put on the break all the way now sometimes it will go if i start it and hurry up and put it in gear and punch on the gas then sometimes it wont do that let me know what you think thanks.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:00 pm
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sounds like plugs and wires
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:04 pm
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Sounds like a torque converter issue. did you have transmission work done at all? It may also be a low compression or tune up problem. Check and make sure your getting a true spark and the timing is correct. make sure your compression is good. if that all checks out then I would look at the transmission. Are you able to get her to go at all if you give it gas and drop her in to gear? Or just ir just stop dead? can you push the truck at all or does it seem locked up? I would put a fair bet that the torque converter is locked causing the stall out.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:06 pm
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Well besides that its a Ford it maybe idle to low and it doesnt have the rpms to turn the transmission if it happens more when its cold it needs a Choke idle it up in park it should help out.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:09 pm
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Raise the idle speed up a little then put in gear,if not stall then the Idle speed is too slow or rough,try adjusting the carburetor if so.Or check to see if vacuum leaks or correct timing.Hope this helps.
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