ZX Cuts out when cornering

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Paul Patric-white
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ZX Cuts out when cornering

Postby Paul Patric-white » Thu Aug 16, 2001 1:58 am

Does anyone know what would cause my ZX14i to cut out when cornering only to restart when back in a straight line, any help would be appreciated
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Postby paulivil » Fri Aug 17, 2001 12:58 pm

<font face='Georgia'>Sounds familiar. If your car is fitted with a distributor then it may be the vacuum operated advance regulator that is faulty. Renewing that part helped when my car suffered from exactly the same you describe.</font id='Georgia'>
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Postby Paul Patric-white » Fri Aug 17, 2001 3:26 pm

Thanks for the reply but the part you mention is it part of the distributor.
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Postby paulivil » Sun Aug 19, 2001 12:54 pm

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Thanks for the reply but the part you mention is it part of the distributor.

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Yes, but it can be replaced independently. Just follow a vacuum pipe coming from the inlet manifold and see if there is a something that looks like a diaphragm casing at the other end. There may be a solenoid fitted in-line somewhere.
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Postby Paul Patric-white » Sun Aug 19, 2001 3:59 pm

Thanks Paulivil after examining the vacuum advance/retard unit it is faulty due to a broken diaphram, once again Thanks....
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