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    1969 Deville idle

    Hi

    problem: rough shaky idle

    recent fixes: rotor, cap, wires, plugs, Pertronix ignitor, coil, timing set to stock 5 BTDC. Carb seems okay, reading Doug Roe's book at the moment

    Any ideas??


    Cheers

    Jon
    Ireland

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    Re: 1969 Deville idle

    vacuume lines maybe one cracked?

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    Re: 1969 Deville idle

    I'm thinking vacuum leak too. Check the entire pvc line especially where it connects to the carb. Often this hose cracks, but the crack is not visible because the a/c compressor is in the way.

    If no vacuum leaks are found, try advancing the timing a little and see if it helps.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: 1969 Deville idle

    Check the vacuum advanc cannister as well. Not uncommon for the vacuum diaphragm to rupture and cause a vacuum leak.

    After that, I'd check out the carb again, make sure the idle mixture is good and maybe raise the idle RPM a bit.

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