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ok here is 1 of the carb and bellcrank and a close up of the bellcrank
I believe you are missing 1 of 2 retracting springs (Basic PN 9736). I thought I had a detailed photo but cannot find it.

Does anyone have a MPC which will show the blow-up Ill (Fuel Linkage AT)?

BTW- The factory assembly check port is directly behind the bell-crank. My understanding is that this was used only on the assembly line and not in the field. FORD never released a fitting to fit a pressure gauge. One should be able to find something that will work though.

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Old 09-25-2012, 12:41 AM
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I found the photo(s)...

1960 BIRD 352- Within Thread.

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here is a blow up i found i have the 2 springs that it shows





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I believe you are missing 1 of 2 retracting springs (Basic PN 9736). I thought I had a detailed photo but cannot find it.

Does anyone have a MPC which will show the blow-up Ill (Fuel Linkage AT)?

BTW- The factory assembly check port is directly behind the bell-crank. My understanding is that this was used only on the assembly line and not in the field. FORD never released a fitting to fit a pressure gauge. One should be able to find something that will work though.

Heed Astrowings advice.
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:29 AM
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Yes I already have printed the picture from that thread it is to bad the one with test equipment hooked up is missing.

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Old 09-25-2012, 07:07 PM
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here is a blow up i found i have the 2 springs that it shows
Oh...OK... I didn't see it.

You need to determine where the binding is. Maybe remove the throttle and trans hookup and be sure the bell-crank moves freely (lubricate shaft where it rides in bracket). Then hook up accelerator rod and determine same. Disconnect throttle rod and reconnect trans linkage. Check for binding.

Hook both back up and see if there is binding. It may be the throttle rod needs adjustment. The carb returns to proper idle with the rod removed?
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Yea I have lubed every moving part in there and still would not come all the way back. I have the car scheduled into the local garage for another issue so I asked him to look at and let me know what we can do. (I thought I could do the simple task of replacing the sway bar bushings and end links. But once I got her jacked up and crawled under there to do it, I found one the bushing brackets had ripped out of where it originaly was attached and someone has welded a bracket on and not in the correct spot so I am having him cut that off and fix it correctly.)
After you revit up everything seems to move ok I have marked in the picture where it seems to be binding. there is a spring behind the arm (the lower x) maybe it is to loose. I will let you all know what I hear from my mechanic. Thanks Eric
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