[DML] Re: Engine bogdown.
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[DML] Re: Engine bogdown.



If you are correct about the fuel pressures then you have to consider
the ignition side of the equation. Make sure the vacuum AND mechanical
advance work and work correctly. You can check the ignition wires with
an ohmmeter. Pull and clean and regap the plugs and make sure the
ignition wires snap on tight to the plugs when you reinstall them.
Short of this you can go to a shop with an engine analyzer and they
can scope the secondary ignition system and find the problem. Make
sure the air filter isn't restricting you or the cat.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Harold McElraft" <hmcelraft@xxxx> wrote:
> 
> What you describe sounds spark related. I would recommend you check 
> carefully the routing of the vacuum lines from the thermo vacuum 
> switch and the operation of the vacuum solenoid including the 
> throttle micro switch. If that proves fruitless then check the rest 
> o






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