Wednesday April 19, 2017 Santa Rosa CA.
All I have to do is supervise
Today, my plan was to drive to Santa Rosa and help Marty install his TBI injector kit in his 1968 Chevy van. He’d been working on it for a few days now and could use some advice/help getting it all hooked up.
The work area
Sometimes it’s hard to find parts
Splicing in the computer
It’s not so easy getting under there
Check engine light shows no power,…….but
We got everything hooked up so we hooked the battery up to give the unit a test. It’s not ready to start up yet, but we could check the new electric fuel pump to make sure it was working and we were able to turn the key on to make sure the computer had power which it looked like it didn’t have. After some investigation we discovered the Check Engine Light he had installed was burnt out or something.
He finished hooking up the fuel lines and by that time it was about 6PM so we quit for the day.
He has to tidy up all the stuff we installed today and get his exhaust welded up at the muffler shop and hopefully he’ll be good to go.
Marty is working on his van getting it ready to go for the Continental Divide trip we are planning on doing this summer.
Power was out
I headed home just after 7PM. When I opened my car door I could hear my neighbors generator running which meant the there was no power so I got the oil lamp out and lite it for light.
About forty five minutes later the power got fixed so I cooked up some dinner and that was my day.