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Old 08-13-2011, 12:47 AM   #12 (permalink)
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The above can also be caused by wear in the distributor bushing or a dizzy shaft not being exactly true.

Had a Mini years ago and had something similar where the rotor plate was not square to the shaft so as it rotated it also went up and down a bit so the timing was all over the place.
Took some time to figure that one out!

The Starlets were great cars...couldn't kill 'em with a stick.

By the way Congrats to the All Blacks on their victory over the Wallaby's.
Well deserved.

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