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Re: Patrician 374 cu. in. hesitation issue
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Like newer vehicles!

Posted on: 2019/10/3 17:57
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Re: Patrician 374 cu. in. hesitation issue
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Like need vehicles, I meant.

Posted on: 2019/10/3 17:56
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Re: Patrician 374 cu. in. hesitation issue
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Thanks, that will be my next step. I'll start with the easy check of the filter first, but you're probably right. Old vacuum hoses have a way of making your life miserable. At least there aren't so many of them like on need vehicles!

Posted on: 2019/10/3 17:33
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Patrician 374 cu. in. hesitation issue
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Hello All,

I'm looking for information on why our 1956 Packard Patrician has developed hesitation and stumbling issues on light acceleration. I'm going to check and clean the original glass fuel filter this afternoon. I'm hoping that may be the easy fix. If not, I'm going to investigate the primary wiring. Anybody else have these issues? It seemed to develop rather quickly after I filled the gas tank with fresh non-ethanol gas.

Posted on: 2019/10/3 11:47
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Re: 1956 Clipper Custom Engine Paint and Other Questions
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I used the same paint.

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Posted on: 2019/8/31 12:15
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Re: Determining the build date of our Packards
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Great! Thank you!

Posted on: 2019/8/29 8:21
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Re: Packard V8 possibilities
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Hey, Ed Roth's '56 F100 Ford truck got a Packard V8 transplantedd in it!

https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/th ... oths-truck-found.1030593/

Posted on: 2019/8/13 11:41
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Re: Determining the build date of our Packards
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Thanks for the suggestions!

Posted on: 2019/8/13 9:08
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Determining the build date of our Packards
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Is there a way I can determine the build date of our Packards by the serial and body numbers? I'd like to know if our Patrician and Clipper are older or younger than I am!

Posted on: 2019/8/12 11:52
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Re: Patrician lower radiator hose cross reference number
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The rebuild that you did on our Ultramatic is working very nicely! I replaced the waterpump which is why I'm dealing with the hoses.
Had a little surging issue with the Patrician at highway speed, but i haven't investigated that yet as we haven't driven her a lot due to the waterpump.

Posted on: 2019/8/12 11:45
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