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720 2.4 Weber swap

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So I recently did a Weber 32/36 swap on my 83 Nissan 720. I'm having an issue where the engine dies whenever the clutch switch is depressed. So in short, whenever that switch is pressed either by letting the clutch all the way out or pushing it by hand, the engine dies. I believe it may be something with the anti dieseling or automatic choke wiring but I'm not really sure. Any ideas?

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I guess the fastest is to adjust the switch so the pedal doesn't reach it.

 

 

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Thought about that, but the switch is also the pedal stop. Tried disconnecting the switch, engine wouldn't even run. 

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put a Volt meter on the Choke connectors using a sharp probe and then put key ON

then see what the voltage does if pushing on the pedal? then you know.

 

I cant see how but never know

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Thanks for the reply, just got the issue fixed. Was an issue with the vacuum controller. Now I'm just trying to diagnose a breaking up under full load issue. Likely my ignition coils.

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