At 05:05 PM 7/1/96 -0400, I wrote:
> (Second attempt to post to list.)
> Got out in the Augusta heat and tinkered with the MGB ('79).
>Focused on the Alternator and that IGNITION light primarily and some minor
>interior fixin-uppers. Cranked her up and she ran good for about 2 minutes.
>Then the exhaust got thicker and thicker as if she were running richer and
>richer. After 3 minutes it would not idle; I had to keep my foot on the
>gas. After 5 minutes it would not even come close to red-lining as it
>seemed as if it was being held back.
> QUESTION: Do I need to adjust the Zenith carb floats or the needle
>thing with the allen-type key??
PART 2: Could it be the automatic, water-controlled CHOKE??? How do
you adjust one of these choke mechanisms??
THANKS IN ADVANCE !!!!\\\\\\\\\
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U.S. Naval Academy `86 http://www.csra.net/moses/86.htm
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