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    Ae71 misfire.

    Thanks hopefuly I get there :) I got sick of waiting for the new plugs so went to the local auto store and grabbed some. I just put them in so I'll see how it goes now. I also thought id check something and had the timing light hooked up. As it was idling you could hear it miss and a little pop out the exhaust so I watched on the timing and it drops from 10 down to 5 when it misses. Hopefully the other bits get here soon.
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    Ae71 misfire.

    Thanks heaps for the reply, haha after I removed the vac advance that went from the carby to the dizzy it went fine for a few days not a single misfire then drove on the freeway and it started again. I've got a timing light and checked all tgat and it's good. It doesn't seem to be starving itself of fuel, it's kinda how you put it of sudden sharp changes. It doesn't big down at all. Imagine a heart and it misses a beat for a second then goes normal again alsalso have checked fuel filter and pump both are good.
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    Ae71 misfire.

    Thanks for the speedy reply, so the update so far. I have removed the vac advance to ensure it's nothing with that. I also cleaned the inside of the dizzy. New leads , dizzy cap and plugs on the way I done a comp test and this is the result, Cyl 1 150 Cyl 2 145 Cyl 3 148 Cyl 4 130. I also read online that if it's lower to do a wet comp test, pour a little oil ( 1 tsp ) in the Cyl. After doing so it went up to 148. The odd thing is it was going amazing after removing the vac and cleaning the dizzy then yesterday it went bad again. I'm lost with it, goes great if ya smash the life out of it then just cruising it kinda splutters occasianly some days worse than others. I'll attach a photo of the plugs after cleaning and driving for a bit. The order is from left to right 1234
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    Ae71 misfire.

    Ok so the car was running pretty good for a while then started having a misfire, so I removed the plugs and checked them to see plug 1 ruined. I replaced it the misfire was good for a bit then it's back again. Checked the plug and it was pure black with carbon. Goes black after a day and I only drive like 10 minutes to work. Just trying to work out what might cause this, could it be a vacuum hooked up wrong ? Bad leads ? Bad dizzy ? I'm lost. So I've come to the gurus, I have attached a photo of the plug that was ruined. Also a photo of the only vacuum I've got hooked up.
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    Ae71 distributor o'ring

    Ok thanks. I'll see if I can get one from the local Toyota dealer.
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    Ae71 distributor o'ring

    Ok finally solved the problem, it now starts and runs. Still not too sure about the o'ring as it wasn't the best fit but I'll see how it goes. Would be awesome if someone had a part number.
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    Ae71 distributor o'ring

    Thanks for the quick reply I grabbed one from the local shop but now the issue is it won't start. It cranks then will pop but won't actually start. Am I doing something wrong ?
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    Ae71 distributor o'ring

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    Ae71 distributor o'ring

    I'm after a new o'ring for the 4ac Dizzy. It's leaking oil like crazy, is it a special one ? And where is the best place to find one ? Thanks in advance for the help.
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    Ae71 rear end swaying ( almost death wobbles )

    Thanks for the quick replies guys. I did forget to mention it has been lowered all round, front is fully adjustable coil overs, rear is lowered springs and shocks etc. Tyre wear is fine all round. I did drive an ae82 and pulsar before I got this so dunno if it's just me tripping out the Panhard bushes are new so maybe I'll have a look at the trailing arm bushes. It's very odd and I should have mentioned earlier too that it tends to be worse on one side. Say I swerve left it's not so bad but swerve right its alot worse.
  11. Ok so where to begin. I bought the car about 3 weeks ago, it for some reason gets a little bit of a death wobble going. This happens all the time but gets worse on the freeway. It feels somewhat like I'm doing some fat skids the whole way down the road and gets rather scary at times. It has new Panhard bushes as I thought that might be the problem. Kinda imagine your diving down the Rd any slight turn and the rear of the car feels like it's trailing / delayed behind the rest. I appreciate any help.
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    Ae71 4ac idling rough

    I did what you recommended and it's fixed. Thanks so much for your help and sharing your knowledge, I'd have been stuffed without it.
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    Ae71 4ac idling rough

    Here's a video to help show a bit of what it's doing. Hopefuly it works. I tested the solenoid thing on the carby and it's working fine so my guess is it's blocked. Any recommendations on how or what to do ? I've had carby cleaner blasting it through it but still no luck. If you spot something I'm meant to have hooked up different just shout out and I'll change it. Thanks heaps for your help.
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    Ae71 4ac idling rough

    Ok so another update, I've checked the little float level glass thing on the front of the carby and it's sitting just above half. So this tells me that the float level is good. Is there a certain vacuum line I'm meant to have hooked up or not hooked up ? I can try get some photos of the carby if it makes it easier ?
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    Ae71 4ac idling rough

    Yeah that's what I'm starting to think too. I've only had it for 3 days so haven't had a proper tank through it, just filled up now so I'll keep an eye on it. I've worked out that say I drive to the shops it goes like a pig and stalls then I stop for 10 minutes doing the shopping and it runs fine for the first little bit then goes back to a pig. It's a constant routine of that as far as I've worked out.