[DML] Re: Fuel distributor o-rings
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[DML] Re: Fuel distributor o-rings

I had the same exact problem, same O-ring, same place , I recall the group saying to put in a Viton O-ring (may not be the proper spelling)  I used to keep 10 or so in the glove box just to fix the warm start problem.  Very frustrating.......I fixed the problem slightly different.....I put a Carburetor on it :)  

John Marconi
--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Stephen Jaeger" <sjaeger@...> wrote:
> The smaller of the two 0-rings in my fuel distributor fuel pressure regulator keeps getting chewed up. I will put a new one in, drive the car and there will be a chunk taken out of it. Looking at the distributor from the rear of the car, the missing piece is at the 3 o-clock position. Has anyone experienced this? Is it time for a new distributor? Is the distributor something I can take apart to look into? I assume this is the cause of my hot start problem.
> Thanks
> Steve
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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