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78 monte 09-30-2002 06:58 PM

Plug reading
 
I pulled the plugs on the monte cause its been runnin doggy.When I pulled um out I found clump deposits on the electrodes.The stuff looked like hard sand it was light brown.I have no clue what it is.The only thing I can think of is lead fouling cause I was playin with Cam2 earlyer this summer.Could it be???

78 monte 09-30-2002 07:01 PM

By the way these were new plugs in the spring.And I had um out once this summer and they were fine.The only changes since last time I had um out were the Cam2 incedent and I added a thermostat 180deg.

KULTULZ 09-30-2002 08:44 PM

-Reading Your Plugs-

drgnwgn289 09-30-2002 08:46 PM

I aint too good at readin plugs, but I do believe mine say champion on em. :D I have seen that before, my friends plugs were like that in his AMC hornet, I don't know what it is...cleaned out your fuel tank lately?

[ September 30, 2002: Message edited by: drgnwgn289 ]</p>

78 monte 09-30-2002 09:14 PM

I was right.Checked the chart and it say caused by oil and/or fuel additives(lead Cam2).Also said try changing fuel brands(meaning keep your stupid *** away from the race gas pump).

KULTULZ 10-01-2002 03:03 AM

[quote]Originally posted by 78 monte:


I was right.Checked the chart and it say caused by oil and/or fuel additives(lead Cam2).Also said try changing fuel brands<strong>(meaning keep your stupid *** away from the race gas pump).</strong><hr></blockquote>

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