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Old September 7th, 2014, 04:58 PM
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Changing vacuum advance actuator on NAS v8

Does the dizzy need to come out or can it be done in situ?
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In situ. One screw has to come out the other is in a slot in the advance unit.
Worst might be having to loosen the dizzy securing nut and rotate to gain access to the screws. Obviously, make sure you mark the position of the dizzy clearly and/or time the engine when you are done!
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In situ. One screw has to come out the other is in a slot in the advance unit.
Worst might be having to loosen the dizzy securing nut and rotate to gain access to the screws. Obviously, make sure you mark the position of the dizzy clearly and/or time the engine when you are done!
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in situ, its a breeze dont drop any screws
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