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1990 chev van 305 on propane


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05-01-05, 12:23 PM   #1  
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1990 chev van 305 on propane

I changed plugs,wires,cap and rotor.I regaped plugs to .035 from .045 as to specs for gasoline.I have experienced a loss in power which I suspect is a dud plug or I need to open the gap on the plugs for propane. there is no backfire or missing.

 
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05-01-05, 04:45 PM   #2  
Did you change the

parts as part of a routine tune-up? If not, what was the problem you were trying to fix?

For a routine tune-up, double check and make sure that you didn't accidently mix up the wires going to the plugs or the connections at the distrubutor.

That's about all I can think of that would cause this, but I'm not an expert either!

 
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