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    Sorry, my mistake, I didn't really look at those...

    Sorry, my mistake, I didn't really look at those blue wires. I thought they were just wires to the pressure sender and other things.


    Disconnect your battery before you start moving things. No...
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    I can see the white wire that you want to follow,...

    I can see the white wire that you want to follow, in your first picture. There has to be something at the end of that wire.

    If your main fuse or fusible link is blown, or the Ignition link, then...
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    Not sure what you're saying. You said that the...

    Not sure what you're saying. You said that the voltage went away. "Checked the fuselink and i have a positive 12v current on the pins from the terminal, but i have no continuity from the other". ...
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    The collar does not match the transmission. It...

    The collar does not match the transmission. It must match the pressure plate (aka clutch cover). This stuff is all over the internet, numerous threads about major problems when parts get...
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    As I said, the fusible links can fail with no...

    As I said, the fusible links can fail with no visible outward damage. They're designed that way to avoid fires and melty stuff. Your two green fusible links are either bad or have bad connections. ...
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    I think that you have the change direction...

    I think that you have the change direction backward. Timing is advanced when cold, and goes to the set point when warm. So if you set it to 10 when warm (using a timing light), it will advance to...
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    You didn't give enough detail to give a good...

    You didn't give enough detail to give a good answer. Can't tell if the coupe is the L28, or the turbo, or if you have two cars, or just one car and two engines...etc.

    The flywheels will all bolt...
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    You have at least one bad fusible link, maybe...

    You have at least one bad fusible link, maybe more. But, the only links I see in your pictures are what might be the EFI harness links (two green ones), which would power the injectors and the ECU. ...
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    Article, not a survey... Manufacturing moving...

    Article, not a survey...

    Manufacturing moving from China to US: survey
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    I've never done any of these. But here's a few...

    I've never done any of these. But here's a few comments for discussion.

    1. remove the head and check it and the pistons/rings - removing the head and checking its parts for wear should be pretty...
  11. "Vapor lock", maybe better described as the "hot...

    "Vapor lock", maybe better described as the "hot start" problem, happens when things get really hot. Five minutes is barely warm.

    The "waited 10 minutes" part means something. Is it really 10...
  12. I would pull the glove box first and get a good...

    I would pull the glove box first and get a good light in on the hoses. If it's just hoses then you can pull the heater fan and its motor and do that work instead of messing with the heater core. MY...
  13. If you have a DC hertz (DC Hz) setting you can...

    If you have a DC hertz (DC Hz) setting you can get some numbers and do math. Your coil will fire 3 times per crankshaft revolution, and the meter should pick it up from the coil negative to ground. ...
  14. $100 L24 engine and transmission - New York

    This is from Hybridz, but people here might be more interested -

    L24 Motor and Tranny $100 - Parts for Sale - HybridZ
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    You should start your own thread and put a little...

    You should start your own thread and put a little more work in to describing the problem. Can't tell what the question is. The caps and exclamation points don't really add anything.
  16. Thread: Crank specs

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    1973 240z

    1973 240z
  17. Found another Vizard article where he shows...

    Found another Vizard article where he shows actual dyno results with a module change (stock coil though, apparently). Above 5000 RPM (V8 engine, = 6,667 L6 RPM), he shows a dramatic change. But...
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    Re Post #10 - there's apparently more to the...

    Re Post #10 - there's apparently more to the intent of the thread than just a rant about product quality. It explains my cognitive dissonance though. It can lead to whole separate discussions...
  19. The mythical 4500 RPM limit for the GM HEI Module - David Vizard's work

    I've always wondered where the 4500 RPM limit "rumor" about GM's HEI module came from and finally found the source, in a book David Vizard authored called "How to Build Max-Performance Chevy...
  20. Check the T plug, specifically the S wire. Maybe...

    Check the T plug, specifically the S wire. Maybe it has lost contact at the alternator. While you're there, make sure it reads battery voltage with the engine off. Use your meter.
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    Now that you're done kicking the dog, do you...

    Now that you're done kicking the dog, do you think the problem was solely because of the pump quality or was there rust running through it? Why did you install the filter? In other words, do you...
  22. See what you can reach with it just sitting on...

    See what you can reach with it just sitting on the ground. You might be surprised.
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    Fluke Corporation is an interesting example of...

    Fluke Corporation is an interesting example of how the off-shore manufacturing model could work. I bought mine about seven years ago, a lower-end 115 model. I just looked to see if it had any "Made...
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    Constructive - give us the brand name so that we...

    Constructive - give us the brand name so that we can avoid the product.

    Nonconstructive - vague generalization about country of origin.
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    I got sucked in to this conversation, so would...

    I got sucked in to this conversation, so would like to end with something more constructive, along the lines of the car-based advice we all tend to give to new members. There is no simple solution. ...
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