Needing Help with a 71 Buick Skylark

Old 06-20-2008, 04:10 PM
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bowtie4542001
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I Finally figured it out!!!!! I went ahead and bought an electric fuel pump and hooked it up, it was not pumping any fuel. So I traced the line back to the tank and there was about a 4 inches piece of rubber hose coming from the suction of the tank that was dry rotted. I replaced it and the Buick Came Alive. The piece of rubber line was hard to spot because it was on top of the tank. Thanks for all the suggestions.

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Old 06-20-2008, 10:45 PM
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Originally Posted by poncholvr
a good edelbrock with a manual,or auto choke will fix it-
-not a fan of quadrajunks-- i know it seems like the damn things are on everything-i just dont lik'em :evil:
That's funny....lol
I've never heard of a "GOOD" edlebrock carb, most everyone I've seen were not even fit to be boat anchors> JMO Cp
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