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Subject: Ford 1500 engine


Author:
Roger
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Date Posted: 18:58:20 18/06/2013 Tue

The Ford X flo 1500 engine fails after 40mins running when throttling back to tick over, changed points, condenser and coil (fitted 2 so I can change over). Water pump is running ok but it seems that the engine is running very hot and possible causing a "vapour lock" as it starts and runs well after a 20 min rest!
Plugs seem white as if its running lean, dose any one know what plug should me used on this engine.
Any help or advice on cooling would be most helpful
Regards
Roger

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Re: Ford 1500 enginePete23:45:23 14/07/2013 Sun
Re: Ford 1500 engineMike Thompson10:33:46 15/07/2013 Mon
Re: Ford 1500 enginesteve jones20:42:44 18/08/2013 Sun


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