STARTING MY CAR; THATS BEEN SITTING ON A

1967 Plymouth Fury

Tiny

m190908m

May, 4, 2009 AT 6:31 PM

Engine Mechanical problem
1967 Plymouth Fury 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic alot miles

My 1967 plymouth fury III has been sitting on the hill too long, and I went out to start it up, and well, it didn't.
I was told you could start a car that won't start by pouring a shot full of gasoline into the carburetor, and starting your car. Does this actually work? How would I go about doing this? I heard its because the engine loses pressure over time by sitting on a hill. Could use any help, thanks.
-matt

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Tiny

rasmataz

May, 4, 2009 AT 8:40 PM

Check all your fluids make sure its on full and good condition. Once all completed-Attempt the gas thru the Carb and tell me what happened.

Does it have the conventional distributor or Electronic?

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