So after my KP burned a valve less than 200 miles after purchasing it, I immediately sent the car into the shop for a new top end rebuild, new valves, gaskets, and to check out the engine, etc... from my recent purchase.
Well, the starlet's previous owners have done quite a few good and bad things to the car:
2 inch exhaust
the cheapest gauges possible
all vaccum systems were indiscriminately ripped out and plugged
and i'm not exactly sure what all he removed; not being a 4k expert. the shop i took it to did a good rebuild and adjustment, i'm sure, but when i went to go check on the car they hadn't touched the vaccum system, and sort of acted as if they didn't want to go there.....
this was a performance shop that i assumed could make easy work of an old system like this...
so that leads me to my question. what vaccum lines are required to run the dizzy to get proper ignition while cruising and at low rpm???
thanks in advance, and if any of you can help me, it will be a sigh of relief.
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