Re: [DML] Headlight switch wanted
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Re: [DML] Headlight switch wanted

John hervey might have one.   Dave Swingle could possibly have one also.  give him a buzz at dmc midwest.

From: Stephen Rice <stevedmc@xxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Mon, April 19, 2010 7:40:52 PM
Subject: [DML] Headlight switch wanted

Does anyone have an old headlight switch laying around that they want
to get rid of?

Amazingly, I managed to loose mine a few weeks ago when doing some
work on my car.  Corrently the DMCH ones are on backorder and I am
hoping to have a working headlight switch soon.

Right now I am using a piece of wire for my headlight switch and it
looks really tacky.

On 19/04/2010, John Hervey <john@specialtauto. com> wrote:
> Dave,
> I hate to dispute you but there are 100's of cars running Plat +4 plugs with
> no problems. The problem is they might show a problem up and the plugs get
> blamed for or someone may not know how to fix the problem and blame the
> plug. HR6 is a cold running plug that will sludge up faster where as the HR8
> to 9 are the medium range that will burn off slug / carbon faster for the
> trolling around most DeLoreans do. The Platinum + 4 is a medium heat range
> plug that is good for the car.
> John Hervey
> www.deloreanautopar
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dmcnews@yahoogroups .com [mailto:dmcnews@yahoogroups .com] On Behalf Of
> daveswingle2
> Sent: Saturday, April 17, 2010 10:26 PM
> To: dmcnews@yahoogroups .com
> Subject: [DML] Re: Tune-up
> Get rid of the +4 plugs. They can cause this problem. Put in Bosch HR6DC or
> HR6DS or HR6DP gapped at the correct spec, and you'll fix it.
> Running poor when wet is a sign of a problem with the wiring or a cracked
> cap. Make sure everything is installed tightly.
> --- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, "stainlessilusion" <5n-@...> wrote:
>> Guys; I am working on my D a little since I have a rough running engine,
> and am curious what the original coil has for output voltage. I'm looking at
> John's 25,000 volt Bosch coil [as an upgrade?] since I doubt the stock one
> has that much punch to it. I have +4 plugs that are a little old but few
> miles and are still in good shape; also Johns 8mm wires and upgraded
> resistor. I once used the blaster coil with my setup but I remember having
> problems with it - I believe it was melted distributor rotor but can't
> remember correctly. Nonetheless, with what I have as far as plugs, wires and
> resister; which coil should I be going after? My engine runs like garbage
> when it rains, and when it is dry it sputters at stops from time to time and
> just doesn't feel "right". Thanks guys -----Dani B. in FL!


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