Question about 1989 Hyundai Excel Hatchback
Can I use a dwell meter to accomplish this? If not, why? If so, how?
Not hardly, A dwell meter measures the saturation period of the ignition
coil. It began in the days of distributers and the dwell was expressed
as an angle. This was in fact the rotational angle of the distributer
cam when the points were closed.
Carburettors for the most part are not adjustable within the meaning of the word, but you can clean and replace gaskets etc. Dwell meters usually double as a rev counters and maybe you mean adjusting the carburetter using rpm as a guide. The answer is still no.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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