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About Jon's AD3 720

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  • Location
    Mount Vernon, Washington
  • Cars
    1983 Datsun 720, 4x4, King Cab
  • Interests
    Being outdoors, riding my Harley, working on my vehicles, and spending time with my wife and kids.

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  1. i dont think i can limp this thing to everett. ill run down some of this advice, and let you know. thank you for your offer and look forward to your input
  2. i will check the weber. this motor has had a vacuum delete. what vacuum do i still need to investigate?
  3. ok. im not loosing it i promise. i thought i already posted this issue. i let a friend borrow my truck and he drove it on the freeway at 70mph. i never take it over 55. now it is running rough and leaking a lot of oil. the oil is not coming from the top end as far as i can tell. no oil in the water and vise versa. replaced head gasket a year ago or so. it is a Z24 with a Z22 head. rear main maybe, but why is it running rough also? am i dealing with two problems or one? webber carb. i will look into front cover leaking as well as the sender. should i compression check?i was checking to see if a
  4. i'm an hour north of Seattle. what parts are you looking for?
  5. That was it. thank you. Now that you told me that i should have known because i think i have had this problem in the past and someone on here told me the same solution. thanks again.
  6. yesterday my turn signals/blinkers stopped working. all 4 of them worked perfectly before. haven't done anything to the truck recently that would have caused this...that i know of. The turn signal lights inside the cab on the gauge cluster stopped working as well. is this a bad switch in the steering column or a relay or something? any advice would be great. thank you. -Jon
  7. have you looked at all the junk yards/ pick and pull places around your extended area yet?
  8. ill see if i can help. what are you looking for?
  9. i have similar issues where my body mounts to the frame and i got some 16 gauge steel remnants from work. still havent started the repair. hopefully when the weather gets better this spring/summer ill have time. i have the carpet pulled out and a new one to replace it, but for now when its raining the tires sling water up through the small holes in the floor and get my pants wet.
  10. i live in mount vernon and i may know where there are some parts trucks if you are in need.
  11. that fixed it. Shes back on the road and chargin at 13 or 14 volts.
  12. i am having an over charging issue. gauge is reading 18 volts. i have heard that this can be a result of bad ground connections. i am also thinking i should get my alternator tested to see if the voltage regulator is bad. i also checked my voltage at the battery and it is over charging so it isn't a bad gauge. has anyone experienced this issue?
  13. i just replaced the valve seals and a mechanic said that the guides were tight enough when he machined my valves and seats. it is what it is at this point then unless i replace my valve guides or replace the head right? There is a chance that i didn't seat one of my seals all the way? would this only be happening on exhaust valves? or both exhaust and intake?
  14. I will reset the valve lash as per mikes previous instructions. Thank you for your advice NC.
  15. ok. first of all, thank you mike for the help and advice. secondly, a couple more issues. took the truck up in the mountains and it did great on the way up. On the way down trying to regulate my speed with compression so i didn't overheat my breaks my truck started to smoke a lot. smoke from burning oil. is this oil being sucked past the rings into the cylinder? additionally 15 miles from home my voltage light came on and the gauge was reading 18 V. my thought is that either my sensor is bad or my voltage regulator is bad. i will check voltage at the battery terminals w
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