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My Nissan h20 motor will only stay running about 5 sec. has vacuum advance and points.

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Check the hoses that go to the intake manifold. It's most likely the one for the PCV valve, the problem is, I don't know where to tell you to look for the PCV valve on that car. It's usually in the valve cover, it could be the PCV valve itself too. There's also a big hose that comes off the brake booster follow that. It could also be the gasket between the throttle body and the manifold.

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I have an old Datsun forklift with a Nissan H20 engine that won't start. I popped the distributor cap and the distributor is not turning when I crank the engine . What is broken?


Pull the distributor and check if the gear on end of dist. shaft is attached. The roll pin holding the gear may have sheared off.

If it is not the distributor, check the timing chain still works.

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I have a carbureted 86 22r pickup. It runs perfect when cold. As soon as the choke pulls off the idle is rough. I have already ruled out the fuel shut off solenoid. It is clean and operates perfectly....


It could be that you have to adjust the idle mixture screw a little . It may be set too lean or too rich which gives what you describe When the engine is at operating temperature turn the screw in or out a bit until the motor runs better. Adjust then until it starts to run rough then screw it the other way until it starts to run rough again. Correct mixture will be in the middle of those points.

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Car running ok on petrol, won't run on lpg. LPG switchess off ater a couple of minutes


would need to see it find problem which could be a multitude of causes so i would sugest you find a local mechanic with experiance of LPG ,maybe a forklift mechanic or industrial mechanic as not many car mechanics will have the experiance of these systems

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I am trying to get the dwell angle correct on the toyota 82 hiace van 18r motor ..it should be 52 degrees but it shows only 44 degrees on the meter.. I adjusted the contacts gap either way between point...


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"I am trying to get the dwell angle correct on the

Problem with the 1988 Toyota Pickup"


So, I first assumed that is was a pickup. However by your vehicle description in the body of your question, you have an older vehicle with a different engine type. You might want to update the site title to your question.


The truck I have is 1987 Toyota Pick up with a 22R engine with electronic ignition. So I might not have the specifics for your vehicle but I would suggest that you set your point gaps to the specific gap the manufacturer suggest for your 82. This gap has a lot to do with the timing. On my truck, it is breaker less electronic, but I still have to set the distributer position to 8 degrees BTDC (Before top dead center). I use a timing light connected to the #1 sparkplug wire. I also have to disable the vacuum advance by disconnecting the vacuum line and plugging it so the engine does not run rough while doing my checks. I also have to make sure the distributer mechanical advance is also not interfering with my measurement. I have to keep the RPM less than 750 otherwise the mechanical advance will advance the rotor position by 5 degrees. For my vehicle, the vacuum and mechanical advance together can position the rotor to (8 + 5 + 5 = 18 degrees BTDC).


For your vehicle, I would make sure your advance is working and is in the "relaxed" position and not interfering with your timing measurement. If you have a vacuum line going to your distributer, you might have a vacuum advance as well. You can check this by using the timing light and observe the position of your crankshaft mark as you increase the engine rpm. You should see the crankshaft pulley mark move in relation to your marks on the engine block. If it does not, that might be why your engine is weak. Many times my mechanical and vacuum advance would not work and my engine performance suffered. My distributer electronic ignition sensor sits on a plate attached to ball bearing ring surrounding the shaft. The mechanical advance was activated by spinning weights that would adjust the position of the sensor the faster the distributer shaft spins. When my distributer would get dusty and dirty and the bearings would clog and not roll too well. The vacuum advance also moves this plate, but independent from the mechanical. It too would get stuck and not move the advance as far as needed for engine speed or load.


Since you have your distributer out, make sure it is fully clean and if you have mechanical and vacuum advances, that they are clean, free moving and in working order. I would set your point gap at the high point of the lobes. Also, make you

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