Re: [DML] Unprotected DeLorean Ignition Circuit
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Re: [DML] Unprotected DeLorean Ignition Circuit

No PCV valve on a K-Jet equipped PRV. Instead, Douvrin used much less
efficient "calibrated nipples." Production DeLorean had one on the
cold start tube, even though Page C:02:01 of the Workshop Manual shows
two in the sides of the U pipes (typical Renault practice).

This whole PCV valve theory is a Red Herring. I tried to post a
message to that effect, but I guess it didn't make it past moderation
(yet another reason I've given up on the DML -- let's see if *THAT*
makes it through).

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar <fhudkins@...> wrote:
> David,
> Now that I think of it, the car was getting oil on the air filter
> the carburetor was installed. Not much oil at all, but isn't oil on an 
> air filter a sign of a failing PCV valve?
> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613 "Sparky"


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