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By the way, check the plug from the distributor and make sure it is firmly plugged in. Also check that the relay on the firewall is functioning properly and your coil is getting 12 volts at start and goes back to I think 6 or 8 volts at the coil when in the run position. You need air, fuel and ignition at the right time for it to fire. You have taken care of the fuel portion and I'm sure you are getting air so that leaves your spark. 

Good luck,

Ian Yanagisawa

On Oct 28, 2013, at 9:42 PM, mike clemens <rmclemns@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Today was not a good day.  Took all the plugs out and recleaned.  New frequency valve, buzzing as advertised.  Fuel pump, working as advertised.  All hoses hooked up and in place.  Turn key and crank, crank, crank and nothing.   Not even a hint of firing.  Pull all plugs and they all show signs of wet fuel.  Dry and reinstall plugs.   Crank again and still no fire.  Not even a hint of firing.
Played with the mixture screw--half turn at a time--trying to start in between turns.  Went three full turns up and three full turns down.  No difference---no firing at all.  Mixture screw is back at starting point.
Pull the fuel lines off the CPR and checked the screen for debris--clean.  Idle speed motor is still humming with just the key turned on.  Is this normal?  Tomorrow I will disconnect the frequency valve and see it I can get it started.   Any other ideas out there??
Mike  1630  TPS


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