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#1 roger1


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Posted 11 July 2004 - 10:22 PM

My 86 turbo gl-10 starts when cooled off (2hrs in 80 degrees) If I shut it off it off and try to start instantly it won't start. I had someone crank it over with timing light and appears normal firing. What would be sensitive to heat that needs to be ambient temp?. I am going to change timing by a tooth as I cannot get it on the marks.
Turbo's have a large number (20+ degrees) so is that possibly my problem?

#2 [HTi]Johnson


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Posted 12 July 2004 - 01:47 AM

all 1986 turbo models are 25btdc. Did you check your coolant temp sensor? or your air intake temp sensor?

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