Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: San Juan Capistrano
before going and throwing money at possible solutions, you should work through the L-Jet diagnostics
sloboy89 offers good advice here. A vacuum leak caused the last incident of running poorly, and you have already replaced the spark plugs, so I'd say that your problem is more likely fuel than spark.
Sure, you could replace the wires, cap, rotor, points and condensor just because they're old. But it's just a shot in the dark that they are the cause your rough running problem.
but $200 as opposed to $50 for traditional ignition parts is a big difference
Why not just inspect the cap and rotor, and check the point gap before throwing parts at it? That will cost nothing.
San Juan Capistrano, CA
'65 Guilia Sprint GT
Last edited by Alfajay; 07-17-2019 at 08:58 AM.