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

Also not having replaced the cap and rotor before, and about to, am 
I reading that it CAN be done without disassembling/reassembling? 
(Painful as it may be.)

I also found an old post that says the cap is readily done from 
underneath provided your crossover pipe has been removed.  I'm 
guessing that's not an easy task either?


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Warren Wallingford <warren@...> 
> The only way I know of to make replacing the distributor cap 
easier is 
> to take the air mixture box from between the plenums.  This means 
> dismantling the idle air path, removing the w-pipe in the rear, 
> disconnecting the fuel distributor from the air box.  
> shane clarke wrote:
> > 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 
> because of
>   it's location.  Can ANYONE please give me a secret to getting to 
> elusive
>   distributor without killing myself?

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