[DML] Re: Engine twinge.
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[DML] Re: Engine twinge.

With only this description - it sounds electrical. Probably a 
connection. Check connections on the resistor block (check them all 
along the supply). Check all of the grounds to the engine including the 
engine strap at the motor mount. Check connections at the coil (check 
the coil wire too - is it seated completely?) and the distributor feed 
to the engine module. You might also check the ground at the engine 
module - be sure it is tight. How about the electrical charge? Battery 
up, etc. I assume you did a regular start, not a jump start and the 
alternator is working ok.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "oholler" <oholler@...> wrote:
> Hello all,
> 10694 is a normally happy little 'D.'
> But occasionally the engine will stutter when trying to accelerate.
> Seems to happen going up hill, or just speeding up on a straightaway.
> Then at other times it's fine.  -So real curious.
> Doesn't seem to matter whether the engine is cold or hot, Tank full or
> near empty, raining or dry.
> I'd suspect something loose, but the problem comes and goes.  It isn't
> consistent over several months.
> Last thing done was changed the water pump.
> Your opinions are appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Oliver


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