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jwmarc jwmarc is offline
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Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: columbia md
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I went through the hole gamut to determine type of plugs.. the W3DPO were I think an extravagance. Though when I removed them the electrode design was not typical...rather than spark top to bottom they spark from the side....

I decided on just a little hotter spark plug from Bosch... W4CS.

I got the car back together through out the day.... had some difficulty with the IC and the new rubber sealing rings...

So here is a question .... there are two vacuum lines on the distributor ..one is the advance and the other is for the air injection and went to the control solenoids... I took the later and connected it back into the throttle body vacuum lines that went to the air control valves so that the entire vacuum route loops back on itself ( except that the one line terminates to the distributor) Should this distributor line just be blocked off???..

The car started fine!!! Very loud without the muffler !! duh what did I expect.

I suspect that if the distributor line is getting vacuum from the throttle housing it might effect timing under load ( the other vacuum line providing timing advance) .... I haven't driven the car yet as I am awaiting the muffler...

All in all it was very satisfying... tough to work in such confined space... dropping the motor and trans wont be such a big deal the next go around .....
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