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Ignition timing jumps to full advance


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Hammer Time
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Dec 20, 2017, 8:43 PM

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Re: Ignition timing jumps to full advance Sign In

That means the system is going lean and that is likely the cause of the engine performance. You need to start looking for a cause of lean mixture, possibly a bad air leak somewhere.



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