RE: [DML] Re: Strange acceleration problem ( For Rob Grady)
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RE: [DML] Re: Strange acceleration problem ( For Rob Grady)

Harold, I think the reason that didn't come up is we / group have to assume
that some things are done or looked at or may be obvious before it comes to
the DML. Vacuum lines and connections are fairly common problems. Then is
when I feel peoples back is against the wall and they are looking for
tougher answers. In any case your naturally correct on the vac delay valve.
I personally haven't had one bad, but as we get older so do they. Guess I
better find a new replacement.
John Hervey 

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Subject: RE: [DML] Re: Strange acceleration problem ( For Rob Grady)

Hi Harold,

That's strange because I've seen very few of these check valve failures but
it is a possibility. A loose vacuum line to the CPR is a much more common
cause and the vacuum hose routing label should definitely be checked.

Rob Grady

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