Some time ago I posted the “6 step” process to help you figure out what is wrong with your engine. It is actually a tune up process as well but very handy as a trouble shooting solution.

It all starts here, Trouble Shooting – Engine.  Click on the circles or just click next to step through each one. It all starts with the sparkplugs. These instructions are useful to any wheeled World War Two vehicle, like the jeep, 1/2-ton Dodge, etc.

This process will make you an “expert” in no time…

You might be interested in this book…

Automotive Trouble Shooting For WW2 Vehicles, Vol 1.
by Robert Notman

 

Synopsis:  Automotive Trouble Shooting For WW2 Wheeled Vehicles, Volume 1, is a useful manual for anyone. Do you know what to do when the cranking motor will not crank the engine? Engine fails to start? No spark? Misfiring at high speeds or under full load? Problems with your battery or battery cables? Do you know how to adjust your breaker points? Inspect the coil? Do you know how to polarize the generator? Use a jump wire to test your main light switch? Adjust your headlights? Trouble shoot your carburetor or fuel pump? All these and much more are covered. Put a copy in your truck for those little roadside emergencies!

 

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