1. seabee

    seabee FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Great advice. I learned the hard way when I drove my wife's car, which for some reason always has the fuel light on why I get it, and ended up in a major blackout. The only stations that were pumping were cash only. Of which I had zilch.

    Now I keep $40 in 5's and 1's in the first aid kit.
     
  2. lowbudget

    lowbudget Mopar Man

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    What everone else said plus a new fuel filter, old cap and rotor. In my slants I carry a complete distrbutor with a good gear on it. Way back when my 78 pick up was my main source of transportation I carried an extra alternator and starter as they were the weak links. I carry an ecu and ballast resistor even though in 40 years I've never had a bad one.......a lean burn computer doesn't count as an ecu does it? lol
     
  3. iw378

    iw378 Well-Known Member

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    A can of pork and beans and a can of copenhagen in case it takes longer to fix than you think.
    LOL
     
  4. chriss

    chriss New Member

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    This tool box is awesome!

     
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