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Another item,is the bolt in front of engine for fuel pump rod too long,it should be a short one,just to block oil from coming out,not a long one that holds the rod in place for pump exchange

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Sorry, it was supposed to say, "then it starts pumping..."

I'll have to try that this weekend. 

I drive it, it dies. I feed the carburetor fuel and try starting the truck. It runs as long as I feed the carburetor, then after a minute or two of running, it will run on it's own.

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