[DML] Re: A few engine issues...
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[DML] Re: A few engine issues...

I think your compression is fine - the valve adjustment accuracy 
could cause that much variation. You describe a classic exhaust leak 
sound - often it sounds like a valve click.

The exhaust leaks really need fixed to get an accurate CO adjustment. 

Once the CO is correct a hesitation is usually fuel related -i.e. 
fuel pressure regulator related or a sticky throttle plate, the idle 
speed regulator is not turning off, vacuum leaks, etc.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Travis Graham <tgraham@...> wrote:
> Hello again,
> The last time I checked-in, I had discovered that all of my fuel  
> injectors failed the bench test.  None were even close on pressure 
> or spray pattern.  I installed six new OEM injectors and re-set my 
> mix (dwell meter only - got it to 49.5% and had to lean it a fair  
> amount).  The car now idles much smoother, but I'm still seeing an  
> occasional hesitation under load or at speed.
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