Hello! I’ve been trying to get my 1966 jeep to run but I’m having some troubles. It will fire up and run, but stall out after a second or two. Here’s what I’ve done so far to try and fix it- -pulled timing cover and made sure the dots on the crank and cam line up correctly -re set distributor and verified that it is dropped in correctly (at top dead center rotor is pointed to wire #1) -new fuel pump, rebuilt carb (done by Kaiser Willys) -new coil, new distributor parts (rotor, points, condenser), spark plug wires and spark plugs -checked point gap I think it might be a timing issue but I don’t understand why it will start up and run for a few seconds before stalling. I can’t even hook up a timing light because it won’t run long enough to have any use. I hooked up a vacuum gauge and it’s getting about 18” for the few seconds that it does run. Maybe fuel starvation, but with the (professionally?) rebuilt carb I’m not sure. When I disconnect the inlet to the carburetor and crank the engine fuel does come from the pump, and the bowl is filling correctly as far as I can tell. Compression is good. Also, when it is running if I try to open the throttle at all it makes a raspy sound and then will die. I think a “dead spot” is the term for it. I tested pumping the throttle and looking down the carb and the accelerator pump does work , so I’m at a loss. Any ideas and help is appreciated, I don’t know what to check from here!