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That's a bit of a strange situation. As you know, there's only one electrical connection to the Weber 34- to it's little shut off valve (SOV). I had one of those act flaky once, when it was hot.
The big question of course, was if the alternator was putting out low voltage before it died? It seems to me that if it was low enough to affect the carb SOV, then you would have had charging problems.
I have Weber 34's on 3 or 4 of my VSaab's, and the only problems I've had (other than the flaky SOV) was hard starting when hot. And there's fixes for that.
Any other relevant info?
eric in vermont
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