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    [Transmission 5-Speed] First time I flushed my clutch, it leaked at the...

    First time I flushed my clutch, it leaked at the slave about 2 weeks later. The master lasted about 10 years but recently I replaced that.
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    [General] Yes using HR6DS plugs. Wires are from a vendor...

    Yes using HR6DS plugs. Wires are from a vendor but don't remember who since they are about 10 years old.
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    [General] I think the new plugs still have a skip. I think...

    I think the new plugs still have a skip. I think it's better now because when the engine was cold it seemed better but that could be the gap on the new plugs is 0.025". All the old plugs looked the...
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    [Engine] Spark plug socket

    Is your spark plug socket hard to remove after installing the spark plug? Mine has always been a big effort to pull that socket off the plug.

    I was using an old Sears Craftsman 5/16 spark plug...
  5. [Heat & A/C] If your hoses can't be swapped, maybe if you pull...

    If your hoses can't be swapped, maybe if you pull the back plate and rotate it 180 deg. (if possible) it may reverse the hose connections.
  6. [Heat & A/C] Just remember the S stands for suction and is...

    Just remember the S stands for suction and is routed to the low (gas) side which is on the passenger side of our car. The D is the discharge side (high side) and is routed to the condenser via the...
  7. [Heat & A/C] Note a lot of people think holding a vacuum will...

    Note a lot of people think holding a vacuum will pull moisture out of desiccant. That is not the case. It takes heat (about 250 deg. F) to remove the moisture from the desiccant. Now if you had an...
  8. [Heat & A/C] You don't loose much oil doing the evacuation and...

    You don't loose much oil doing the evacuation and refill. The question is what kind of oil came in the compressor. I would drain the compressor and add the oil type you want. I would also flush...
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    [General] Well still have the engine skip under load. I...

    Well still have the engine skip under load. I will install new plugs gaped to stock after the engine cools down.
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    [Engine] Not sure how much pump flow affects the cooling...

    Not sure how much pump flow affects the cooling of our system. The radiator and fans seem to be the most important.
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    [General] The 93 is the new one I just got. The 95 was the...

    The 93 is the new one I just got. The 95 was the one that was in my car.

    The DMC cap has no part numbers. It does have the cylinder number cast into the plastic.
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    [General] Boy that new distributor cap is really tight. ...

    Boy that new distributor cap is really tight. Took a lot of pressure to get it to seat. Good thing I pulled the mixture unit to install it.
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    [General] Ignition rotor

    My DeLoreango order got lost in the mail. My neighborhood has had problems with missing packages when a hold mail is requested which I did two weeks ago. So I got a new rotor from Ebay and new cap...
  14. [Electrical] If the wires are long enough, crimp ring...

    If the wires are long enough, crimp ring terminals on to replace the quick connect tabs used on the coil. Then the terminal is bolted down tight.
  15. [Heat & A/C] FYI: The drain hose or elbow on our car and...

    FYI:

    The drain hose or elbow on our car and all GM cars I've had has a pinch to limit the air flow loss through the drain. I've had to get rid of that pinched hose on all my GM cars and the...
  16. [Electrical] That is a capacitor on the +12 volt (lower...

    That is a capacitor on the +12 volt (lower voltage if you still have resistors) side of the coil. The schematic shows it as 2.2 uf. I don't think it's for radio interference but is there to give...
  17. [General] I would think there should be a cold engine at...

    I would think there should be a cold engine at 1500 RPM test which should have vacuum at the WUR and no vacuum at the distributor.
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    [Electrical] When you put the connector on, wiggle it a...

    When you put the connector on, wiggle it a little, never force it on. I have seen a few window switches where the pins have been forced and they press into the switch mechanics and break things....
  19. [Heat & A/C] FYI: You should not need to jump the low...

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    You should not need to jump the low pressure switch to start charging the system. When you open your can of refrigerant the gas pressure is above 50 PSI. Now the can will get cold...
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    Sticky: RIP John. My last order from him was a Stainless...

    RIP John. My last order from him was a Stainless sleeved clutch slave which he replaced no questions asked when I found it leaked. My condolences to family and friends.
  21. [Heat & A/C] From the compressor outlet to the orifice should...

    From the compressor outlet to the orifice should be hot and after the orifice to the compressor inlet should be cold.
  22. [Heat & A/C] If your not sure what orifice you installed you...

    If your not sure what orifice you installed you may want to pick up a new standard one. I'm not sure what the variable orifice would do if installed backwards. The standard one would work either...
  23. [Heat & A/C] My bet is you have the orifice in the pipe...

    My bet is you have the orifice in the pipe leaving the accumulator. If that is even possible. I say that because your compressor is working but your getting hot air from the evaporator.
  24. [Heat & A/C] Are your running a standard orifice or the...

    Are your running a standard orifice or the variable one?
  25. [Heat & A/C] +1 But I think DPI uses one size hose for both....

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    But I think DPI uses one size hose for both.

    Only open your low side as shown on your gauges when your adding charge. If the low side pressure goes much above 50 PSI shut off the charge until...
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