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Old 09-25-2004, 21:59   #1 (permalink)
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At full throttle and most notibly in top gear i have a miss. Feels like a reasonably large drop in power (maybe 15-20rwkw). The exhaust note becomes irregular and she generally just doesn't feel as strong. happens mostly from 3000rpm and up. I have the impression it maybe spark and possible related to the warmer weather. Do i need bigger gaps on the plugs for warmer weather? or is there somewhere else i should look?

Any help to diagnose and resolve here would be great.
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Old 09-25-2004, 22:30   #2 (permalink)
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Doesn't sound like spark, unless you have them set too wide and they are being blown out. Maybe close the gaps up a bit and see what happens. Could also be fueling problems, mine did the same sort of thing, missing at full throttle because it was leaning out due to a faulty regualtor/fuel pump.
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sounds like a lean out to me id cheak fuel pres reg,pump pressure,give the injectors a clean and change the filter...if it gets to lean youll melt something
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Clean maf and replace fuel filter if it hasn't been done latley...
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