RE: [DML] Re: Can someone explain this? (distributor positioning)
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RE: [DML] Re: Can someone explain this? (distributor positioning)



Wow.  That is the EXACT same problem I had with a customer car up here in 
NC.  EXACT SAME.

Unfortunately I got it running the day before he picked up the car and we 
were never able to determine the cause.  We used the EXACT same solution and 
the car runs perfect just as yours does.  With the FV NOT buzzing it ran 
crappy.  We jumped the Full Throttle Switch and it ran perfect and he drove 
it home with no problems whatsoever.

This may be some kind of new anomaly.  I wish I had more time with that 
particular car as it woulda been nice to figure that one out.

Jeff in NC


>From: "stainlessilusion" <5n-@xxxxxxx>
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>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [DML] Re: Can someone explain this? (distributor positioning)
>Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 02:48:12 -0000
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>Okay finally an update; I just replaced each of these with brand new
>equipment: Fuel distributor, CPR/WUR, +4 plugs, 8.5mm wires, Bosch
>cap, Bosch rotor, and HP resistor. I've replaced with used
>equipment: ignition distributor. I've tested/cleaned: mechanical and
>vacuum advance, frequency valve and plug, grounds on both the left
>and right side of intake, ground in compartment behind driver's
>seat, cold start valve, and the injectors. The problem: my frequency
>valve will NOT run continuously no matter what position the CO is
>set to; it will not even run constant with the O2 sensor unplugged.
>Like this, the car will start up after a nights rest, but warm-up is
>rough with lots of black puffs of smoke and rough running until
>warm; once warm it will be sluggish accelerating, but runs smooth
>and gets me to where I need to go. The ONLY way to get the FV
>running constant is through the full throttle switch-I jumped the
>switch by putting a wire to both contacts of the full throttle
>switch; this is how I've been running the car. With the FV running
>constant, the car starts right up after sitting overnight with about
>30 seconds of slight rough running-and has the acceleration it
>should. Since the FV runs when the switch is tripped it's obvious
>that it works and has good connections going to it. What I am
>wondering is why it won't run constant otherwise?Any ideas? -----
>Dani B. #5003
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