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6602 Contenental engine


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Old 07-11-2013, 06:55 AM
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Default 6602 Contenental engine

I have a big 6602 continental gas engine in a 5 ton m62 army truck the engine starts fine and idles fine when i push the accelerator the engine bogs down and wont rev up also it will back fire a lot when doing this i have had the carb all apart and it seems fine it is all set up as far as the manual states any ideas would be greatly appreciated not sure what to do this engine ran great when we got it without any problems but now this has occured
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Default Re: 6602 Contenental engine

Sure sounds like a fuel supply problem. It gets enough gasoline to idle, but not to pull a load. Filter plugged, bad transfer pump, wood chip or rag over intake in fuel tank, any number of things that would block the supply of fuel.
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Default Re: 6602 Contenental engine

Concur sounds like classic case of starving for fuel...
Kill engine, try pouring a bit right into carb (assuming downdraft carb!), let set for 15 secs or so...will start as if flooded (which it will be) but then should rev up until fuel you poured in is burned...
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