Where do I fund the code for my distributor?

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Where do I fund the code for my distributor?

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Hi,

I need a new vacuum unit for my distributor, but don't know where to look for the code.

Is it on top of the distributor cap?

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Don't think so i reckon it should be on the dizzy body wot engine is it by the way
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on the body of the disi it's stamped and usually the bosch number
dg upto chassis g045000 025 905 205J is the original disi, after that 025 905 205 Q , both now superseded by 025 905 205AE. for all the vacuum unit is 025 905 271 C, £15.15 plus vat minus discount for doing the looking up

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Thanks. I just had someone look at it and they say the vacuum is OK. How would a weak vacuum affect driveability? I've noticed some flat spots, but not yet noticed a pattern to them. The engine seems to pull much better than my Volvo!

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