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Ford 460 Carb Problem Lee Miller 3-10-05  
I have a 26' motor home Ford 460 bought last year. we had an complete tune up and everything gone through. It is running rich, smelling strong and it backfires when you turn it off. Any suggestions as to why and what can I do before our next adventure? Thanks, Lee
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem David 3-17-05  
Probably Out Of Time
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem Heather & Bill 3-11-05  
Is your motor home new? What Manufacturer? We are looking at buying one in the next couple of weeks. We have been wondering about the motors? How many miles are on yours?
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem john 5-10-05  
Same problem here 460 bought last year. All of the same issues. i found the diaphram on the crburator was leaking gas
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem ron 5-19-05  
On 460's if the timeing is not set up more than the factory sets it they don't run good set it up and you will see a very big diffrence and check the vac addvance to
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem Richard Kissner 5-26-05  
Turn down your Idle
Re: Ford 460 motorhome Paul Bentonq 5-20-05  
I have a 94 winnebago brave motorhome with Ford 460 engine -- will not start - have new batteries - makes no sound when you turn the key -

Any ideas?

Technician says he needs to know what feeds the ignition ?
Re: Ford 460 Carb Problem Scott Godfrey 5-27-05  
I have had the same problem 2 times now. You probably smell alot of gass, and it is hard to start after sitting a few days?? It is your accelerator pump on the bottom of the front of your Carb. Easy to fix. Should take you about an hour or two your first time. What is happening is your carb is leaking on to your intake manifold. Those seals are known to blow out when they get old.
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