Hi all -
I started one of those 'sweater thread' type projects on the jeep... everything I touched unraveled, creating more of an issue. Prev post was here where I started troubleshooting some rough running issues at highway speeds: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/c...97/index2.html
Thinking this is more of a carb issue now - so starting a new thread.
1987 YJ w 4.2, auto tranny, weber carb, misc other PO mods.
In attempting to replace a single outlet clear fuel filter with a stock type filter w bypass, the engine won't run if bypass is open.
Also, when watching fuel flow from bypass when cranking the engine over, its constantly bubbling air out.
I purchased a rebuild kit for carb (expecting it in early this week) as I don't believe anything has been done on this vehicle in a very long time.
Where is air in bypass line coming from? Is carb so jacked up that its pulling air back into fuel stream? Will a rebuild address that?