Re: [DML] Re: Maybe Catalytic?
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Re: [DML] Re: Maybe Catalytic?


Make sure there is no vacuum leak at the vacuum advance solenoid. It is 
bolted behind the mixture control unit, right below the fuel distributor. 
Part number 101116, parts manual page 2.4.0 component number 27. Every 
solenoid I have seen so far was leaking! 100% of them! If this part is not 
sealed it will create a vacuum leak and the vacuum advance will be below 
specs. They all leak right where the electrical connections go inside the 
housing. It is best to remove the solenoid from the car and seal around the 
connectors with oxygen sensor safe silicone. It is important to use sensor 
safe silicone because if the vapors get sucked into the engine they will 
damage the sensor and make the emissions even worst.
Good luck

Greetings from Poland!

Tom Niemczewski
vin 6149 (in Poland!)

> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Redgee Capili" <redgee@xxxx> wrote:
>> Thanks David.  Tune was done about a year ago, but drove it less
> than 1000
>> miles since (been travelling).  Timing was right on - so that wasn't an

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