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Join Date: May 1999
Location: Burlington, NC
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Hi guys-

I have a '74 914 with a stock 2.0L. I have a distributor question. How do you know when a distributor is going bad?

Another question. I have a distributor with a id. number that ends in 009, but also has vacuum advance and retard hooked up to it. I have read in this BB that this dizzy is not the most desirable. I have also read that there is a reasonably priced replacement that ends in ...253 or something. If you have info on the subject of dizzys I would appreciate your input. What is the difference between the 009 and the original as far as advance curve?


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