[DML] New Test Procedure for K-Jet
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[DML] New Test Procedure for K-Jet

I have developed a quick and easy way to test the induction system of the K-Jetronics as it is used in the Delorean. It uses a smoke generator more commonly used to test the evap system in newer cars. I tested the procedure on about 8 Deloreans this past weekend at the DMA Spring Social. The most common air leaks were the injector seals. I also found missing plugs over the mixture screw, leaking dipstick seals, the air pipe under the mixture unit for the idle motor, and a disconnected hose on a vapor cannister. The short story is most cars (including mine) had at least one leaky injector seal. A quick fix that works is to just wrap some teflon tape over the seal but it is obvious most people should be replacing the injector seals. Especially if more than one is leaking. Fixing induction leaks will improve idle quality, gas mileage, and power. If anyone is interested in the "long" story about how the testing is done I can put it up.
David Teitelbaum 


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