Re: Nutter Ignition Bypass
There is nothing in any of those posts that would lead me to a different decision about the Nutter. My 88YJ has only 38,000 original miles, and I have had nothing but trouble from the BBD/Computer. The Nutter is free and easily reversed if you attach spade terminals to the wires you cut. If the "full rich" position bothers you, you can warm the engine, shut it off, start it again, and if you disconnect the stepper within 15 seconds of the second startup, and the metering pins will be in the neutral position. Barring any other pre-existing problems, the Nutter should be a godsend.