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Old 03-25-2014, 11:35 PM   #1
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Default '81 Ford recent carburetor change out

I recently had my carburetor switched out with a re-man unit. Since then it's been a fight to get it to kick-down into over drive. It revs high often without any adjustments and is leaking vacuum. Often the choke sticks as well. Is there a common fix, say the electric choke or missing gasket at the intake that causes this?
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