Re: timing

Chris Robertson /
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Hi:

The Ciao Workshop manual goes on to state:

<i>...normally impossible for the setting to be incorrect. The exception to the above rule is when the contact breaker points or fibre heel become worn...</i>

You <b>do</b> need to set the contact breaker gap.

The workshop manual says:

<i>If the contacts are in good condition, measure the gap using a feeler gauge. A 0.4mm (0.015 in.) gauge should be a light sliding fit (the points <b>must</b> be within the range: 0.35 - 0.45 mm (0.013 - 0.017 in.)).</i>

Hope this helps!

Chris.

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