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Winnie b

Winnie b

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Drives : Early Bay Devon Conversion '69 1600cc
Registration date : 2010-12-29

T2 bay wont tick over when warm Empty
PostSubject: T2 bay wont tick over when warm   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptyWed Dec 29 2010, 15:48

I have a T2 bay (1969) and it does not tick over when the engine is warm, when it is cold and running on choke it ticks over fine no problems, it even drives well just wont tick over when hot.

It has a new carb and accessories on it, the fuel lines and filters are new, the points have been changed along with the condensor. It has new hot pipes fitted but i just cannot get it to tick over.

If you cannot help me with any advice do you know of any local VW specialists that will be prepared to look at my camper, (around the Huntingdon area) as i am a new dubber and have no experiance of who you can trust to work on these vehicles.


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T2 bay wont tick over when warm Empty
PostSubject: Re: T2 bay wont tick over when warm   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptyWed Dec 29 2010, 16:39

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Winnie b

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T2 bay wont tick over when warm Empty
PostSubject: Re: T2 bay wont tick over when warm   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptyFri Dec 31 2010, 09:38

Thank you for your advice on who to speak to, i shall call Nick today and see if he can help me. Very Happy
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Tiz



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T2 bay wont tick over when warm Empty
PostSubject: Re: T2 bay wont tick over when warm   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptySat Jan 01 2011, 12:01

if its fine on choke when its cold but dies out when its warmed up sounds like the idle fuel mix needs richening up to me.
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zit

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PostSubject: idle   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptySat Jan 01 2011, 21:37

my bus was doing the same thing last week,mind you i havnt used it for a while.anyway it turned out to be an air leak(one of the rubber unions on the inlet had perished)i work at T2d in burwell so i had the parts to fix it!!
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Winnie b

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T2 bay wont tick over when warm Empty
PostSubject: Re: T2 bay wont tick over when warm   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptyMon Jan 03 2011, 08:54

If we spray carb cleaner around the rubber hoses on the inlet and the van ticks over for a short while will this indicate the same problem as you had?
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PostSubject: leak   T2 bay wont tick over when warm EmptyMon Jan 03 2011, 11:24

yep sounds like you found your air leak!!!
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