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|Detroit 8.2L governor||Anubis||1-19-04|
I was wondering if anyone can explain
EXACTLY how this governor works.
It has a plug with several wires going into it, and a cable going to the throttle area.
Does it limit by RPM, vacuum, throttle position, how?
Thanks in advance,
|Re: Detroit 8.2L governor||ron||9-18-05|
|That eng has 2 governors 1 is the eng rpm governor and the other is the black box with the cables|
|Re: Detroit 8.2L governor||wrench||1-21-04|
|The one I know of, may have 1 or 2 cable from the governor to the cab area, one is the trottle, the other if there is the shut off. Usely the 2 wires are for the shut off selenoid, has to be feed with power for the engine to run.|
|Re: Detroit 8.2L governor||Anubis||2-2-04|
Thanks for the info.
The governor is a Sturdy brand.
The reason that I am asking about the governor at all is that it seems that the last 1/3 of the pedal is dead once I hit a certain RPM.
This means that if I'm going a certain speed, I can floor it, or let off a pretty good distance and there is no acceleration / deceleration difference.
|Re: Detroit 8.2L governor||Lee Robertson||4-15-04|
|Can the governor be disconnected -- I am having the same issues with my 1984 8.2l. I am also having fuel leak out the weep tube ant speeds over 55. What could cause this? do you know. Any help would be appreciated|
Thanks for the help
|Re: Detroit 8.2L governor||Haul Yeah||5-5-04|
|I just bought a f-800 witth an 8.2. You guys are scaring me.|