Re: [DML] Re: Dwell meter setting?? More than you might want to know...
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Re: [DML] Re: Dwell meter setting?? More than you might want to know... ? too LONG?

Well, my meter has three connections - positive & ground for power,
and a third connection to measure the lambda output. I connect the
positive to the jumper terminal on the right of the car, clip the
negative to the engine block, and clip the lambda output to the upper
right terminal of the diagnostic connector (as viewed from the
driver's side, looking across the car toward the passenger's side).

If you aren't getting a reading with this, as I didn't for a long
time, you probably have other problems with the lambda system. Once I
isolated and solved my problems (replaced oxygen sensor, disconnected
bad full throttle switch, and dialed the CO into a range the lambda
system could do something about) the meter started pulsing like it


On 2/7/06, doctorDHD@xxxxxxx <doctorDHD@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Connect the dwell meter leads to the diagnostic plug.  The positive  dwell
> lead is connected to the lower right corner terminal of the plug as viewed  with
> the plug cover hinge on the right side.  The negative dwell lead is
> connected to the terminal directly above the positive as viewed with the plug  cover
> hinge on the right.  Set the dwell meter to four (4) cylinder  scale.
> This seems to be correct in terms of what the picture and description is in
> the DeLorean Workshop Manual on page M:03:01 but I seem to remember this did
> not  work for me
> I haven't  done it for a while so I can't confirm it.
> Can anyone check  this out for us?

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