Translation problem - Ignition ==>> SOLVED

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Translation problem - Ignition ==>> SOLVED

Postby zzip » Sun Mar 01, 2015 12:14 pm

I'm testing the ignition system of my 1980 Monza .
And i removed the sparkplug wire and insert an extension .
Im crancking the engine and i have a spark .

The manual says : there is no problem whit the ignition system .
So far, so good !
Besides the manual says,
check the Fuel system, Plugs and Flooded .

Now my question:
What means flooded ?

Grtz
Peter from Antwerp
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Re: Translation problem - Ignition

Postby marco_1978_spyder » Sun Mar 01, 2015 12:36 pm

Too much fuel (petrol) in combustion chamber. Plug's soaked with raw fuel. Or raw fuel gathering in chamber. Will not combust. = no start.
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Re: Translation problem - Ignition

Postby zzip » Sun Mar 01, 2015 1:10 pm

Thanks Marco,

i found nothing in the dictionary .

Many thanks from antwerp
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Re: Translation problem - Ignition

Postby Monza Harry » Sun Mar 01, 2015 3:02 pm

zzip wrote:I found nothing in the dictionary .

Zzip, I am not surprised, as you looked in an English>other language translation dictionary (Doesn't matter which one) and the word you are searching is the "Motor head/Gearhead/Gear dawg (dog)version" and the dictionary you need for that is H-Body.org Version (or any other car/truck/motorcycle/snowmobile, etc. website or hangout) :lol: You can come to us anytime you need help with that sort of thing, I for one am happy to help any way I can, and as you have found out, so is the rest of the Gang of H! Harry
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Re: Translation problem - Ignition

Postby zzip » Sun Mar 01, 2015 3:27 pm

Thanks Harry and Marco,

i know that You, and so many others will help me, and help so many others . :D
That is what I like on this forum . :th:

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Re: Translation problem - Ignition ==>> SOLVED

Postby Kenova » Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:21 pm

Google "hot rod glossary of terms".
There will be enough reading to make you cross-eyed.
You may also get a chuckle or two. :lol:

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