Re: 1965 ford mustang
> In article <Xns96C9999489168pettyfogery@126.96.36.199>, Backyard
> Mechanic <email@example.com> wrote:
>>"mzert" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>>>i have a mustang and i am trying to get it started. how do you get the
>>>fuel to come up in the fuel filter. ( it has a see through fuel
>>Sell that car. Or take a quick course in auto mechanics.
>>Those who dont know the basics have no business owning a car like that.
>>Flame back at me if you want... but print it out, anyway, and save it...
>>and see if I'm not right, after all.
>>Does it have gas
>>How long since it has run
>>Did you 'prime it' by pouring a tablespoon of gas down the carb's throat.
>>The likeliest cause if it hasnt run in a while is that either the gas has
>>'gelled' in the pickup or lines or the fuel pump diaphragm (or valves) has
> C'mon, BM. Haven't you noticed the incredible percentage of hit and
> run "tech" baiting posts here since late July? Please don't tell me I
> have to spell it out for all of you. Read the posting headers, and then
> READ into the mind. SDNick, Strangeways, faust151, inelsonok, mark G9,
> casteele 95, EADGBE, dorun 64, FSC729, jmvannay, burninator,
> cybelfuegere, several others. Wake me when you have it figured out.
> In the meantime, file this with "My Mustang ain't got no grille" and "I
> can't see the tire size on my sidewall".
Well, it could be a surge in inept hobbyists. I often get offers from
people with horrible pieces of badly running shit "how much you want fer
it". "Your soul and a t-bone steak" was what I left one befuddled drunk
with. I think you're reaching a but. So what is the MOTIVE?