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I JUST BOUGHT A 1949 BUICK SUPER WITH A SROMBERG CARB ON ENGINE M,,,CAR LAST RAN 3 YRS AGO AFTER CLEANING TANK GAS LINES NEW FUEL PUMP ,BATTERY , I GOT CAR STARTED AND RUNS GREAT, BUT??? IF I GIVE IT TO MUCH GAS THE STARTER WANT TO ENGAGE ,, IS THAT SWITCH REBUILDABLE OR WHATS GOING ON ?? PLEASE HELP CAR HAS 80.000 ORIGINAL MILES ON IT

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When the engine stops there is no vacuum, this is what causes the switch to engage the starter. Quite possibly a vacuum line is dried out and when you accelerate the vacuum is to low.

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