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JFairman JFairman is offline
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I would also stick a timing light on it and check the timing because if the timing is retarded to less than stock for some reason you'll have a slow cold idle that will die out and stall when the cold start vacuum retard solenoid opens after a minute or 2.
That is if there is a cold start vacuum retard solenoid on your car.

The timing specs for your car should be on the inside of the rear lid. you have to duck down and look up at it while it's open.
The owners manual has the correct timing specs too, if it is the origonal manual that came with your car.
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