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RE: 88 Ford 460 keeps dying

I stand corrected!
atsrmf 08/27/20 03:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 88 Ford 460 keeps dying

ill see if i can lower the tank and see if there is a access for a internal pump, but so far i havent found any wire or hosing that leed to the top of the tank at all, my manual says there isnt one installed just the external pump. Ive already rebuilt the carb and the accelerator pump as well as other diaphragms were replaced, i had talked to a carb mechanic a while back and that was one of the things he suggested. Those specs are the specs from the factory, i dont have a way to test exactly what it is doing at the moment due to lack of funds. There is a pump in the gas tank, as there is not a mechanical engine-mounted pump available that can draw gas from 18 feet away and 3 feet lower than the carb. There is no fuel pump on the engine, either. Be sure to get the right pump, based on the year of the driveline, NOT the year on the title. In 1987 Fords changed the gas gauge resistance, so by installing the wrong pump the gauge will register empty when full and full when empty. I should know, I have one just like yours, with a 1986 driveline with a Holley carb. The pump you claim that is under the vehicle is actually a fuel filter, be sure to replace the element inside, which is available at NAPA. I am really curious as to how your carb guy didn't notice that your engine is fuel injected, Ford switched to FI in 1987.
atsrmf 08/27/20 07:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 88 Ford 460 keeps dying

Here is a good explanation for a Holley power valve- https://www.racingjunk.com/news/choosing-the-right-power-valve-for-your-holley-carburetor/
atsrmf 08/25/20 07:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 88 Ford 460 keeps dying

You may want to consider moving the ignition coil off of the engine and mounting it as far away as possible so it doesn't get so hot. I did that with mine and it runs great. Use a heat shield also, as the engine compartment gets hot as an oven. I would post a photo of how I did that with mine, but I can't figure out how to post a photo on this site.
atsrmf 08/22/20 07:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 88 Ford 460 keeps dying

Drop the tank. Something may be plugging the fuel pick-up hose, or the hose has a crack allowing air in instead of gas. Replace all rubber fuel lines if you haven't already. I have an '87 Gulfstream with the 460. There is a fuel pump in the tank, the relay is up front and is easily accessible.
atsrmf 08/22/20 07:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1996 itasca suncruiser 32' w/ ford 460

The Ford 460 has a great reputation as a heavy-duty and dependable engine. The transmission should be good, too, assuming it has been maintained. The power steering pump may leak, but they all do.
atsrmf 08/06/20 07:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rodents coming in through engine compartment.....

Get a cat.
atsrmf 08/02/20 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
How do I post a photo?

I use Google images, there are no instructions anywhere on how to post photos. I can usually figure this out, but the site is impossible. Help!
atsrmf 07/24/20 07:58am Forum Posting Help and Support
I don't think it will start

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atsrmf 07/24/20 07:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: FMCA Western Rally in Indio

I live in Indio and always liked driving by the fairgrounds when that event was going on.
atsrmf 07/23/20 12:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: PSA ---- MORE Harbor Freight RECALL--PLEASE READ

I wonder how many lawsuits have already been filed. This could get really expensive!
atsrmf 07/08/20 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Concrete driveway thickness??

Always go with the 6 sack mix for a driveway
atsrmf 07/04/20 10:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford v10 stalling in the first five minutes

Plugged fuel intake at the gas tank
atsrmf 06/30/20 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
This one needs a little work

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atsrmf 06/21/20 07:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Harbor Freight Jack Stand Recall

Here's what I bought, rated at 12 tons total a pair. The rear axle of my Class A has 7,100 LBS on it, so I will use 4 stands to hold it up if all the tires need to be removed. 2 work OK for just one side of the axle. I use 4 for the front, too, when necessary. Made in the USA! Hein-Werner
atsrmf 06/16/20 01:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jack Stand Recall

I'm getting rid of mine, even though the numbers aren't in the recall. I'm going to buy another style of jackstand for the motorhome, this looks stronger. There are other brands out there, this is just a design sample. Google this- BIG RED T43004
atsrmf 06/15/20 07:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Older MH mpg with diesel

My neighbor has a 20 year-old diesel like you describe. He claims to get 10 MPG no matter how he drives it.
atsrmf 06/11/20 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chassis battery issue

You may have a parasitic drain killing the battery. Disconnect the NEGATIVE cable, set your VOM to Amps, and check between the negative post and the cable you just disconnected. 50 milliamps is the normal maximum drain by standard, if there is more you have to isolate that device by process of elimination. I had the same problem with my Class A with both batteries. I found the rear camera was draining the house battery and a courtesy light was draining the chassis battery. The latter was a mystery, since no light was on anywhere. I pulled fuses until I got a zero amp reading in both cases.
atsrmf 05/26/20 09:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is anyone going anywhere?

With restaurants closed except for fast food, all cooking would have to be done in the RV. My thought is that as long as you're in the motorhome you are socially distant by a lot. Just stay away from other humans except to get supplies, gas, of empty the tank. As an added bonus traffic is down. Just use common sense precautions to keep from getting the virus. Or stick to back roads and enjoy the scenery. Just for a couple days would be enough! I have a sewer dump at my house, properly plumbed into the main sewer line. I'm not planning a trip, except in my dreams. Just thinking out loud.
atsrmf 04/19/20 01:00pm RV Lifestyle
Is anyone going anywhere?

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atsrmf 04/19/20 12:13pm Around the Campfire
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