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1975 2002 coughs when turning engine off.

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Hi,

When I turn the motor off on my 1975 '02 it seems to keep "turning over" and "coughing" for a while before it completely shuts down.

Is this something I should worry about?

Thanks! My first post, probably of many...

Roget.

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yes - be very worried

ignition timing

wrong heat range spark plug

over flowing carb float

too much fuel pressure

excessive carbon build up in cylinder head from poor running motor,

excessive oil bypass carbon, sharp points on piston tops

over heating

defective Fuel Shut-Off solenoid at base of carb

so tell us the detailed history about this car / motor

and what's been done ? please

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Guest schnelltii

I have the same thing going on with my tii. Should I also be looking at the same things except the carb issues??

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it will "diesel[ or "run on"--the proper terms.

If lowering the idle does not help, you need an anti dieseling valve for your idle jet. It´s a solenoid that shuts off flow to the idle jet when you turn off the ignition. Available from weber carb sellers.

cheers

mike

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Hi,

When I turn the motor off on my 1975 '02 it seems to keep "turning over" and "coughing" for a while before it completely shuts down.

Is this something I should worry about?

Thanks! My first post, probably of many...

Roget.

time it.......... then you will find out its time to rebuild the carb,I guess

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