My 1973 D 100 keeps dieing when i come to a complete stop I have new carb,alternator, and fuel pump and am still having the issue any ideas?

Asked by Mar 19, 2015 at 09:16 PM about the 1973 Dodge D-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It will some times idle fine and other times especially after the motor warms up it cant hold the idle and dies Ive already a installed a new carburetor, new fuel pump and new alternator. Ive also tried adjusting the idle but with no luck. any ideas?

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Sound,s like you may have a ,vacume leak,check all vacume line,s and intake gasket,s as well,you have a leak somewhere,the easy way to find it would be spraying carb cleaner around intake and vacume hoses,it will make it rev higher or cut off,when you find it.

Best Answer Mark helpful

Thats actually what i discovered after closer examination. It barly sliped simple fix with a hose camp thanks

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