Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I've replaced the distributor cap, rotor, wires, and sparkplugs but still when the engine gets up to temp its starts to miss and idle badly, and upon moderate to hard acceleration is misses bad and runs like crud, ive adjusted the timing once already as it was off by a good amount and that helped for a while. the other thing is right where the plugwires comedown on top of the sparkplug, its arcing out of the boot to the metal hex of the sparkplug where you put the socket to take it off. I have dialectic grease in the boots and the wires are brand newAccel 8.8mm wires
Hey, i may be able to help you,you should just let me know if you have a auto timing or normal manual timing,
in other words,do your ajust the timing on how fast you are driving or not.
About your wires arcing out of the boot,dialetic grease is a real good thing but as soon as it gets wet it tends to get thin and then leads away your spark.
Clean them off and use it with out the grease and see what happens,
you can also try and spray the plug on that metal hex with a clear coat and also around the plug hole...
Hope this help you...
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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