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detroit 4-71 in gmc 650 running away start after the 30 years

bought the truck for 600 its a 1950 4-71 detroit in had been sitting since 81 chaged the oil and diesel and freeed up all the injectors and it still does this because the fuel rack is frozen


 


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Dodge running away after pull
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