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#1620373 - 13/05/2018 10:37 Hunting
chipped Offline

Making a profit

Registered: 14/10/2009
Posts: 286
Loc: devon, england
The engine hunts only sometimes when warm.
I would guess an air leak somewhere but it's strange that it doesn't do it all the time.

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#1620381 - 13/05/2018 14:51 Re: Hunting [Re: chipped]
godders Offline
Club member 1575
On a journey

Registered: 16/05/2006
Posts: 143
Loc: Surrey Hills, U.K
Suspect it’s a coil pack, tricky to identify which one, so obtain a good one and replace in turn until it stops, alternatively check the serial no’s on your existing packs to see if there is an older/out of order number.

Finally, how old are your spark plugs as they do age, might be worth getting a new set, cheap enough!

Sg

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#1620382 - 13/05/2018 15:02 Re: Hunting [Re: chipped]
chipped Offline

Making a profit

Registered: 14/10/2009
Posts: 286
Loc: devon, england
Ah, plugs are old but not a huge amount of miles.

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#1620392 - 14/05/2018 05:01 Re: Hunting [Re: chipped]
Gunzi Offline
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Loc: Southsea
There is also a how to guide on Finding boost leaks.

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#1620400 - 14/05/2018 09:37 Re: Hunting [Re: chipped]
mr_nobut Offline
Club member 993
Making a profit

Registered: 06/05/2009
Posts: 322
Loc: bristol
Worth checking and cleaning the idle control valve. Mine used to hunt a bit on idle and it was a dirty idle valve and perished gasket. You can even make a new gasket from a corn flake box, there’s a how to on here somewhere?? laugh
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#1620446 - 14/05/2018 17:51 Re: Hunting [Re: chipped]
chipped Offline

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Registered: 14/10/2009
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Thanks all.

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