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>From quattro Tue Jan 31 13:21:00 EST 1995 remote from swiss.ans.net
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From: bur.dmcc.com!qa3 (Stott Hare)
To: delphi.com!audidudi ('AudiDudi'), swiss.ans.net!quattro ('Quattro')
Subject: 85 4000 distributor clamp with shield
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 95 13:21:00 EST
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AudiDudi et al.
   I noticed this as well.  I worked on a friends 84 4000Sq and his 87 
4000CSq.  The 84 was just a typical 13mm bolt on the hold down clamp, but 
when we went to adjust the 87, we found that stupid rivet like thing holding 
a cover down.  We managed to bang the cover enough to swivel it out of the 
way and get at the actual bolt.  Funny thing was, this rivet thing wasn't a 
rivet.  It actually threaded into the dist. clamp.  We managed to get it out 
with a pair of vice grips.  Never cease to be amazed at some of audis 
stranger engineering feats...


From: AUDIDUDI@delphi.com
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 1995

This past Saturday, while I was changing plugs and plug wires, I decided to
bump the timing as I did with my '85 4000.  I was surprised to see that the
distributor was not readily adjustable (I had to chisel off a rivet holding
a cover over the distributor clamp bolt) but pleased with the results ... I
wonder if I'll be able to get away with this come summer?