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1959 - 1961 Corvette: Service News: Fuel Injection Change

Subject: Fuel Injection Change
Model and Year: 1959 - 1961 Corvette
Source: Chevrolet Service News
Page Number:   1
Date: July, 1961 - Volume 33 - Number 7

On 290  hp Corvette engines used in 1959 and 315 hp used in 1960 - 1961, the cover setting of the fuel injection thermostatic coil, that provides cold engine fuel enrichment, should be adjusted to 3 1/2 notches lean from the index mark on the cold enrichment housing (Fig. 2).  The cold enrichment coil setting of 1 1/2 notches rich will still be used on all fuel injection engines of lower horsepower.

Fuel Injection Cold Enrichment

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