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you're funny sam... well my car still dies randomly so i dont know the the heck is going on, there is a bunch of electrical gremlins thats decided to surface... damn auto X!!!
but yeah after futher research on the crane cam ignition site it said no more the .006 more than factory spec
with a high energy ignition system you can open the gap up....as for the die at random....if it is ignition system related.. I'd try replacing the tfi module and after that possibly the stator in the dizzy
Originally Posted by dudegirl
Be polite and cordial when you talk to them, as pissing off the guys that can help you is seldom a good idea.
MJR, what happened was, he went autocrossing(pics are funny, you should see, ill let him post) and afterwards, he lost a couple of electrical things, i.e Turn signals dont work, nor the air, and then this. im guessing hes got a short somewhere, and im gonna get him to my mechanic to check it out, hopefully it is something simple
i went over yesterday to try and diagnose it, and i had a spare dizzy rotor, so i said **** it, put it on, we did a couple of "fun runs" and experienced some wheel hop, and it seemed fine, so we got a new fuel filter, cap, and plugs JIC, but didnt put in the plugs, because we found out his cousin put new ones in before he sold it, so theyre saved for a rainy day.
basically, it didnt fix it, so thats just some extra info for ya
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