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Old 08-21-2011, 09:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1986 22re wont stay running

First a lil bit of back story
I bought the truck about a month ago for $400 defiantly needing work but mostly cosmetic.
Got the truck running great at the shop but on the drive home the bottem radiator hose blew and the truck overheated and now wont stay running

now the problem
i can spray carb cleaner into the intake and it will run great until that burns off then it shuts off.
if i keep the gas to the floor it will stay running but not above 1000rpm.

my guess was the injectors were shot but figured id ask here before blowing all my money
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't see how overheating it would kill the injectors.
Why didn't you stop when the thing started heating up?

More likely, you did some damage to the engine, you might have bad compression on one or more cylinder. You should check compression and leak down.

As far as running on carb cleaner, anything you add that is highly volatile and highly combustible will tend to give it a bit extra. If your engine is on the very edge of destroyed, that might be just enough to get it to barely fire up.

Start by testing that engine's condition, not by replacing parts.
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I woulda stopped but the coolent temp sensor must be bad cuz it wasnt reading hot.
i pulled the injectors today and all of them were about 90% blocked
all the cylenders had the right amount of compression and it wasnt blowing white smoke.
ive been workin an cars for a while now but this is all new to me...i aint never seen nothin like it
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