1989 Dodge Daytona ES, 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring
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OK...gotcha Bob, and it makes sense to do this. I just wonder why it was running as well as it was on the initial couple of test drives for that short time.No, Russ, I meant the valve timing, not the ignition timing. The relationship between cam, crank and intermediate pulley marks when you changed the timing belt.
Earlier this evening I swapped the fuel pressure regulator and injector, with no real improvement. However, when I put the Daytona's injector into the Lebaron, the Lebaron developed a rough idle. So, it looks like I may need another injector as well for the Daytona.