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My '72 '02 'diesels' or 'runs-on' and timing is set to

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the bb on the flywheel. It still bucks violently

most of the time.

Any suggestions?

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Sounds like an Air/Fuel Issue. Try adjusting your carb, and take a little

off the idle too, it might help. You are probably running too rich, I had

a similar problem with a van..but it might be something else though.

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I used to have problems with run-on. I turned my idle down and it helped. If I use "regular" unleaded I still run-on, mid-grade or premium and it does not.

If you are running rich there may be carbon deposits that are causing the run-on. There is a fuel cut-off solenoid available for Webers that will prevent run-on.

Hope that helps.

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die. I was using a heavier wght. oil for a bit and when I went back to the sae30 it got better.

I was running a bit rich when I dyno'd the car last year, then I re jetted (weber 32/36) and it helped a little bit. When it 'diesels' I also get a pretty big knocking too. I have an oxygen sensor and a A/F ratio gauge but I haven't had a chance to install them.

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Get the idle fuel cutoff solenoid. It's wired to 12v switched and when you turn the car off, the idle circuit shuts off, no fuel = no dieseling.

Goodluck.

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BigDog

'76 2002

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