[DML] Re: running rough after tune-up
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[DML] Re: running rough after tune-up



I don't know if you already double checked where you reconnected 
your fuel lines to, but one time I had pulled the intake to do some 
work and was in a bit of a hurry putting everything back together 
and accidentally switched one of the WUR lines with the cold start 
valve line. Had the exact same symptoms as you described on a drive 
around the block until I came back and discovered my silly error. 
Don't mean to be one of those guys that just states the obvious when 
you're looking for help, but I figured...just in case. Good luck 
with it,

Dave
5968


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Bill Koenig" <dmc06976@...> wrote:
>
> i just recently did a tune-up on my D - had the fuel injectors
> cleaned, replaced vaccuum hoses, coil, plugs, wires, cap, rotor,
> seals, washers, gaskets, fuel filter, air filter, oil filter, main
> fuel line, etc.  when i first started it up it ran okay, but after 
it
> would warm up i noticed the idle was really erratic.  it would dip
> down to approx 600rpm, then shoot up to 1250 or so.  it seems like 
the
> engine is on the verge of stalling when that happens.  at this 
time it
> still drove okay, just the idle was bad.  now, the problem is 
worse. 
> in just 2 days time without driving it a whole lot, it has NO
> acceleration.  there is a LOT of hesitation and its basically
> undrivable because of how slowly i accelerate.  
> 
> i've tried checking for vaccuum leaks with an incense stick with no
> luck - i also tried the propane tank trick that was suggested.  i
> haven't been able to find a vaccuum leak, but who knows i might be
> missing something.  it seems to me like something may have been 
shaken
> loose since it has progressively gotten worse?  
> 
> any advice for what to check would be much appreciated.
> 
> thanks,
> bill
> 6976
>










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