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Hi All
I have a 76 Seville with around 12k miles that has been stored in Fla for several years. There are several fuel/emissions issues that have attempted to be resolved by disconnecting/ plugging vacume lines by local mechanics that have left the car undriveable. I would like to find someone in the Stuart Fla area that would be competent to get this car back to factory specs.
Any suggestions?
 

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Yup, it does. Plus I'm a points and condenser Ford guy.
Fuel injected Chevys!
Yuck.
 

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Purchase a factory service manual and then with manual in hand, find a mechanic older than the car. Not a difficult car emmisions wise, but hard to buy new fuel injection parts. Most were made by Bosch specifically for this type of Cadillac and no other car.
 

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Good suggestion, thanks.
I hope I don't end up being the guy older than the car. If I do the bright side is I get to buy some new diagnostic stuff. Haven't done that in years.
 

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Now that I have been thinking of it it's a 77 not a 76. Don't think they had a Seville in 76. The car is 1500 miles away so I can't run out and check.
 
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