1987 Stock 305. TX car in the UK
My 87 passed its inspection following the windshield replacement. Now one step closer to getting it registered and bringing it home
Had a new qjet put on my 305 recently too. Cost close to a thousand bucks (shipped to UK), but it idles and doesn't stall out anymore, so there's that.Whelp, Christmas came early. Literally. Ordered the QJ on Sunday night, got here 3 days early. Wednesday lunch time. Gotta say that's a good start. Naturally just had to inspect it, it's straight. No tooling marks or hammer dents, or warpage at all, even in the weaker prone areas of the 1/2 inch bolts. It's basically pristine except for the cutouts for the idle mixture screws and the grind marks where they took out the plate screws to bushing the throttle shaft etc. Obviously going to require choke adjustments, fast idle etc, but so far it's looking very good for National Carburetors Inc.
Yeah, the guy had a fairly sophisticated piece of equipment that was measuring the voltage and resistance of all plugs and wires, he stuck a probe into the O2 sensor cable through the sheaf and the computer screen should have been showing an oscillating graph as the voltage rose and fell, but it was completely flat. The CO2 readout was through the roof too.NTK is a reputable brand and 11 pounds seems a fair price. did you check the wiring in addition to the probe readings itself?
if you don't know how then get yourself a multimeter and read up here, lots of links
I don't know the specifics on the El Camino, whether you are checking for resistance, voltage, etc, but someone on here will be able to tell you
Well, it's like a slot at the bottom of the chamber with some kind of flap cover to prevent detritus from underneath from being flung up I guess.all that should be there is a drain hole for moisture. did you take the top screen off and get in there to clean it out?