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    Poping noise through exhaust when decelerating

    Hello all I have a small issue I'm trying to fix with my1989 Dodge Ram 50 it has the 2.6 engine and it pops through th exhaust when I decelerate hot or cold, any ideas, the wife hates it.

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    Hi and welcome to mightyram. Well, this is a first. Is the exhaust a sports system/has a hole in it somewhere? This is one possible cause. If you're running a sports filter on the carb they can cause popping when the engine is leaning out off throttle. Your engine tune could also be the culprit.

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    Truck is all original, only has 64000 kilometers on it, oh yeah it's a Canadian truck 39800 miles on it

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    usually that would be for a lean out condition on deceleration. Does the carb look like someone fiddled with the mixture screws?
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    Popping during decel is unburnt fuel being ignited in your exhuast. So its either running rich or your ignition timing is not set correctly.

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