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Old 07 Jul 2011, 08:15 am
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hidy ho, i got through my schooling and after putting back together only to find out that it didnt idle and died i had the privilage of tearing into it a second time. the second time was alot quicker and easier. after getting back together again, (this time i checked idle before buttoning up) the car ran fine and the idle is normal, however, now when i have a load on the engine, like at a stop light, i get an engine bump like its missing and its intermitten. it comes and it goes. the belt broke at a high rpm going down the freeway but as i suspect i didnt damage the valves, i suspect timing is good. where do i go next? can it be 1/2 a tooth out? and if there is damage somewhere why does it run fine then run a miss momentarily then run fine again? thx, terry
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