[TR] Car trouble in Hannibal, Mo

alan salvatore alansalvy at gmail.com
Sun Oct 20 06:45:50 MDT 2013

A coil going bad will cause the car to quit on you.
Check your other diaphragm.


On Sun, Oct 20, 2013 at 8:38 AM, Roger Elliott <elliottr at rmi.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> We have been driving my wife's TR 250 through Ohio for the last week.  It
> has been running great until we stopped for gas.
> It started out fine, but as we were pulling on the highway, it didn't have
> any power and then died.
> I found a vacuum hose that had come out I put it back in and it ran fine
> while we drove a short distance to a restaraunt.  But then, we we got onto
> the highway, we drove about 3 miles and it ran out of power and dies again.
> Hoses were still in place.  I replaced the fuel filter, checked 1
> diaphragm.  It was okay. I thought if only 1 was bad, it probably would not
> die. The fuel filter was full of gas and seemed to let the gas through.
> Oil pressure was good. doesnt'seem to be electrical.
> So, I have 2 questions.  1) Any suggestions on what it might be?
> 2) Any suggestions for a shop in Hannibel, MO?
> Roger Elliott
> 68 TR 250
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