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    Scott A Chynoweth
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    @1oldbuzz

    Hello everybody.

    This is a long shot,but I’ve exhausted my resources.

    I am looking for a copy of an instruction manual for a Sears engine analyzer model number 161.216300.Hopefully someone here has /or knows someone that has this unit.I will pay a reasonable fee for a copy.

    This is a older unit with the conection/test wires conected to the unit.The only manual I can find online is for a newer redisigned unit wereas the test leads plug in.  Thanks

    #249000
    edward ericson
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    @edsnova

    Did you call Sears?

    #249001
    Paul Mossberg
    Keymaster

    @pmossberg

    Here you go oldbuzz…..

    Click here:

    http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/lis_pdf/OWNM/1006230L.pdf

    You can read it online, print it and save a copy to your pc.

    PMOSSBERG40947.5527083333

    Paul Mossberg
    Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
    2005 Intermeccanica Roadster

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    #249002
    Royal
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    @royal

    I use the same analyzer except the newer (?) 161.214230 with plug in removable wires.  I expect that you are good to go with the link that Paul sent, if not, I can copy mine for you.

    #249003
    Scott A Chynoweth
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    @1oldbuzz

    Thanks a bunch guys.I spent several hours and all I could find was the newer model with the plug in leads.

    Used that info,(,its all basic ,hot ,ground,and pionts lead )and tried the unit out.Well is seems to pick up a signal,but I feel with age and improper storage for what is a delicate piece of equipment It does not function poperly.

    A few bucks shot on an ebay purchase no big deal,Still will look good on a shelf display.

    Over 30 years wrenching on cars and never owned a dwell meter.Used to borrow my uncles.Wel as ignition sytems have changed he threw is out a few years ago.

    Thanks for the help guys,I knew I could get an answer hear.I just will have to buy a new unit.

    Consider this issue solved.

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