fix a car on a budget

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      could be the carb. spray some carb cleaner in it and see if it helps. very

      cheap at places like wally world.

      Sher

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      From: “Melinda Wells” <moon_goddess129@yahoo.com>

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      Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 10:06 AM

      Subject: Budget101.com : fix a car on a budget

      > One subject that affects all of us is car repair on a budget. I have a

      > disabled husband and daughter and rely on our car for dr appointments.

      > Today it is not running and I need advice on how to do cost effective

      > repairs. Here is what happened, the other day it ran fine, then we

      > noticed it was not wanting to go uphill very much. Oil pressure, all

      > fluid levels,etc were good. It started to backfire and shirt hard (its

      > automatic). The next day my husband changed plugs and when he started

      > it up the oil pressure was 0, but it was ok the day before. It back

      > fired. Today we went to take him to the dr and it would not go over

      > 20mph, backfired, but all fluid levels and oil pressure was good. It is

      > a 1982 GMC 3/4 ton Vandura conversion van, automatic, 305 and ran

      > wonderful until this point. We can’t afford another right now so I need

      > to know the most cost effective way to fix this. Any ideas?

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