RE: [DML] distributor cap and rotor
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RE: [DML] distributor cap and rotor

Paul, The tube going inside the air flow meter doesn't have to be greased.
But I do it in the shop to insure the tube doesn't push the O ring out when
inserting. If you are going to which I do suggest I use a small amount of
axel grease on both the tube and around the o ring. The o ring is the most
important and again doesn't have to be greased.
We also have the complete set of manuals with laminated wiring diagrams for
$99.00 if you don't have them. This mechanic trick normally isn't in the
John Hervey

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Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 5:31 AM
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Subject: Re: [DML] distributor cap and rotor

How much does not greasing the idle speeb pipe and cup seal affect 
idling.  I have a hot idle problem that the idle goes up and down, 
to the point of the engine almost stalling, then catching itself.  
The tube is inside the O-ring, but I did not lube it when I 
reinstalled.  Can a lot of air pass through this?  Does the grease 
prevent the vacuum leak?  Also, what kind of grease, like wheel 
bearing grease?



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