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Old 02-15-2001, 12:56 PM
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Jim Villers Jim Villers is offline
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Prime it through the maniford. Remove the duct from the air cleaner, manually open the throttle and spray it in past the open throttle plate. Doing this, it should purely be an electrical/spark problem. It should pop, backfire or something. If still nothing, try swapping plug wires with the wires directly accross the distributor (changes ignition timing one revolution). You should get it to do smoething.

By the way, where are you located. I am in Virginia Beach VA.
Jim Villers
190SL, 230SL 5-speed, 95 E320 Wagon, 01 E320 Wagon, MGB, Boxster 'S', 190SL "Barn Find"
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