RE: [DML] Cap and Rotor removal/Instrument cluster power problems
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RE: [DML] Cap and Rotor removal/Instrument cluster power problems

I did mine after removing the intake manifold.  
Once you have that off you can have a look at the waterpump, the hoses, sensors etc and the valley of death.
It all sounds worse than it is, but once you have it opened up you will want to do other work while you are in there.
The best advice I repeatedly give is to either find somwone local who has pulled their intake mainfold before, or go to the local pick your part and disassemble the top side of a volvo B28 engine first - its a lot easier taking apart an engine that you don't care about first.


From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of shane clarke
Sent: Sat 11/11/2006 1:35 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Cap and Rotor removal/Instrument cluster power problems

Hey team!
So, I've owned my DeLorean for five years now and every time I have to do a tune up I am able to do everything myself accept replace the cap and rotor because of it's location. Can ANYONE please give me a secret to getting to that elusive distributor without killing myself?


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