Davin and Jeff are back at it in an effort to bring the Ford V8 engine in a 1959 Edsel Corsair back to life. This one fought them all the method, however you'll need to enjoy up until completion to find out: Will It Run?
00:00 – 00:22 – Intro: 1959 Edsel Corsair … Will It Run?
00:23 – 00:49 – Found the keys!
00:50 – 2:57 – What's the strategy? Does the engine turn?
02:58 – 05:55 – Pulling stimulate plugs and squirting some oil in the cylinders
05:56 – 13:40 – Does the starter work? Do we have trigger? Checking ignition system
13:41 – 22:16 – Attempting to begin engine. New cap and condenser.
22:17 – 27:10 – Pulling valve cover. Checking lifters and rockers. Priming oil pump.
27:11 – 29:28 – Attempting to begin engine once again.
29:29 – 31:30 – Pulling carburetor to inspect consumption manifold. Also trying something stupid.
31:31 – 34:28 – Compression check and new coil. More powerful stimulate?
34:29 – 37:09 – C'mon! Will it actually start?
37:10 – 39:35 – What should we do? Leave a remark with your concepts!
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