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    My VIN:    4877

    Neat alignment thingy...hehe.

    Looks nice and clean underneath.
    Rob Depew
    Tacoma, Wa
    '81 DeLorean 4877 Grey, Auto, 4 wheels
    The Ressurection of 4877......
    Now Accepting Donations to get her back on the road

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    Location:  France

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    My VIN:    16951

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    Thank you, the frame needs a little more cleaning, I'll do it when I'll find some free time

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    My VIN:    4877

    If ya get bored, mine could use a nice cleanin'...hehe.
    Rob Depew
    Tacoma, Wa
    '81 DeLorean 4877 Grey, Auto, 4 wheels
    The Ressurection of 4877......
    Now Accepting Donations to get her back on the road

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    If I was not so far away, it would be with pleasure to help you

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    Hehe,,yeah a lil commute..back in time for dinner
    Rob Depew
    Tacoma, Wa
    '81 DeLorean 4877 Grey, Auto, 4 wheels
    The Ressurection of 4877......
    Now Accepting Donations to get her back on the road

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    When I passed the smog emission test it wasnít so good, so Iím trying to adjust it by myself.
    First test with the lambda probe disconnect (mine is from 1999)
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    On the other hand, when the micro-switch is on, the value exceed 60% (donít know why yet)
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    After a few adjustment, seems fine to me
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    For now, impossible to unscrew the old lambda probe. Once it will be replaced by the new one, Iíll be able to see with an air/ratio meter where I am exactly.

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    An open sensor and pressing the WOT switch should set fixed dwell values produced by the lambda ECU.

    Open sensor (or cold engine) should have 50% duty cycle or 45 deg. dwell.
    WOT switch on should have 60% duty cycle or 54 deg. dwell.

    When the lambda is working correctly on a warm engine the dwell reading swing back and forth quite a bit. About 25 to 45 deg. dwell readings.
    Dave M vin 03572
    http://dm-eng.weebly.com/

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    Senior Member Domi's Avatar
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    My VIN:    16951

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    Thanks for the information

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