It acts just as if you were turning the key off and on. YUa know, no power, ig
on and backfire.
So we are looking at the connector between the ignition switch and the wiring
On Mar 27, 2011, at 9:11 PM, BJNoSHOV8 wrote:
> When I've seen surging it was due to too much ignition advance.
> Backfiring is definitely too much ignition advance.
> Well it's pretty hard for a running car to develop too much ignition
advance. If the distributor is loose it will usually retard itself rather
than advancing itself. But, if something happens to the distributor cap or
rotor, it could cause the the same result.
>> surging, badly!!
>> and backfiring visibly in the dark. At least the Statie prolly thought so
as we drove down I-195 at 40 miles an hour in the dark.
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