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Old 03-04-2003, 08:21 PM
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Rotten egg exhaust smell is indicative of a rich fuel mixture. Only thing that I would recommend, since I don't know too much about these things (yet) is to check the wiring, and any gadgets that it goes to from there. There is a post that is fairly new, that talks about the EHA and another device that it works with... it may be of help.


PS: also check to make sure you didn't accidentally knock off a vacuum line...I think there is one in that area. (I replaced my leaking EHA last year, and don't quite remember if there was a vacuum line in that area or not at this moment.)
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