Hello all. My 1974 Nissan-Chrysler MN22 ran out of gas as I was fiddling about with some electronic gear
Do I need to bleed the air just because of that!!?
Bought the boat
in July and has run great since then, but I am getting around to some things that age hath wrought. One being, finding where the connection to the fuel
sender is out. The entire gauges panel is new, and the previous owner passed on to his final sea trip.
Soooo, I know where the fuel tank
is, and I need to complete the connection.
Till then...again, do I need to bleed the air?
The Geordie Lad cranks just fine. New batteries
all around, plenty of oil
, but no start.
I need a download link for a service
manual for this MN22?