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With spring finally here, how many muscle car owners will be heading out to the garage to fight with that finicky beast that sits atop most of our slant-sixes and V8s? One of the shade-tree mechanic’s worst nightmares is a carburetor that’s been sitting all winter with nary a droplet of gas urging its way through the primaries. Those diligent enough to keep fresh fuel in the tank along with some periodic warm-ups might be lucky enough to catch a spark after the first two or three “nyert-nyert-nyerts.” For the rest of us, it’ll be the familiar progression of cleaning out gummed-up gasoline, then trying to coax a fire from a few unwilling cylinders.

Read the whole story at Mopar Connection Magazine HERE: