RE: [DML] Fuel Air Mixture
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RE: [DML] Fuel Air Mixture


The best way to obtain the correct adjustment without a CO meter is to
follow the directions in the Technical Information Manuel but just use an
analog dwell meter instead of both tools as the procedure suggests.
Unfortunately as David T. pointed out you probably have additional problems
such as a malfunctioning Lambda circuit or (more likely) damaged fuel
injection components from stale and/or contaminated fuel. The cause of your
problem must be resolved before fine tuning your CO adjustment as that is
the last step in properly setting up a PRV engine.

Rob Grady

P.J.Grady Inc.

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Subject: [DML] Fuel Air Mixture


My question is how do I get it back to at least a baseline mixture 
adjustment, and it appears that there is some kind of plastic plug 
on the Fuel dist adjustment point.  That is another clue to me.  The 
other one is that the PO said the car runs rich.

Does anyone have a starting point for me on the mixture, not the 



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