All or most of us have gone through similar tune-up hell over the years. I recall some of my friends swapped a few plug wires on my ’49 flathead V8 of the third kind. Perseverance is the key and you are to be commended for that. What was the magazine that used to have the old mechanic/wizard that solved problems like you had every month? Popular Mechanics?
Thanks for sharing.
Enjoy the ride this spring.
Brentwood, CA (Corn has tasseled out already)
During the last year I have worked hard if not smart to get my 300H back on the road. There were issues with the brakes (not so hot), hard starting, miserable idle and stalling. With good advice from a number of people on and off of this forum, it now runs better than it has in 20 years, starts on a dime and idles very well.It is a joy. I am now on vacation and thinking about all that has happened, and now realize what I think will be a solution to my last insoluble problem: intermittent operation of the power steering.I also thought some more of a problem I have if always looking for esoteric solutions and skipping more obvious and simple possibilities. My lessons may be of value to someone.
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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