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Re: vacuum advance unit
From: Phil Payne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
a distubutor I got at a wrecker...working much freer now, but
>> for the life of me I can't figure out how to get the vacuum arm attached
>> the hall sender plate.
>Best technique is to mount the vacuum actuator putting a loose screw
>in the short 'leg' - then use a long pointy probe to push the arm and
>platform about until they engage.
Thanks, managed to get it in alright.
I've got a US spec car somehow, and my newsed dist. is, of course, a
Do I need to do anything with the vacuum retard?
Prefered answer is "Yes, ignore it,", but if I need to plumb it in
somewhere, I will. Could the advance degrees begin counting from the most
retarded position, and not the "middle ground"?
I hope not.
Anyone know the reason for the different initial timing between US and
Canadian cars? 9 degrees seems like a lot.