[DML] Re: Missfire
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[DML] Re: Missfire

It is very tight working in the area by the distributer. When I do I
always check around to see if I knocked any vacuum hoses loose. You
could also have dislodged the tube for the idle motor. It can be
easily  checked by looking inside past the air sensor. You should be
able to see the cut edge sticking through the "O" ring. Make sure the
frequency valve is buzzing on the right valve cover. If it doesn't the
engine will run like sh-t. The vapor cannister doesn't do much. Check
the hoses to it and make sure the large one comong out of the bottom
isn't plugged up. You can also change the filter on the bottom. I
would leave it hooked up, it prevents fuel fumes from getting into the
passenger compartment and it prevents overpressurizing the fuel tank.
Also make sure the rotor is seated all the way down and the cap is
snapped into place correctly.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "lamborghinijim" <lamborghinijim@xxxx>
> Hi guys and thank you all that replied to my post. Perhaps I was a 
> bit hasty about the emmision stuff, u see i have cars that have air 
> compressors that blow air into the exhausr manifold on 

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