Does not sound right to me…I remember seeing it move in and out a bit without touching the linkage long ago when engine was hot and idling, (they often lope a bit normaly?) So whatever a ram car idles at normally (vacuum) moves it actively , gap held between end and linkage …
We would very much like to hear what you other cross ram folks have working in your cars.
Does it normally take 20 inches to even begin to move that dash pot finger and even more to do the job that it is supposed to do (assuming it is adjusted correctly)?
Some engines don't even have that much vacuum???
Thanks for any experiences on this subject.
Allan & Gloria
Posted by: "John Grady" <jkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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