[DML] Re: Source of My misfire and other problems
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[DML] Re: Source of My misfire and other problems





Go to D:04:15 in the Workshop Manual. Test the Lambda with  5B, C, D,
and E. You may be on the wrong scale so try others so you get similar
readings. If the Lambda ECU can output these values then you can guess
the O2 sensor is contaminated. To achieve a smooth idle you cannot
have ANY vacuum leaks and all the cylinders MUST be balanced very closely.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Phil Priestley <phil@xxxx> wrote:
> 
> I unplugged the WOT switch just to test if it was that. Didn't make a 
> difference. What I remember from a couple months ago when I had a 
> grounded circuit on the WOT/ temp probe circuit is that when you hook a 
> dwell meter up it will hold steady at about 55 degrees or so. This is 
> 








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