Question about Chevrolet Tracker
I removed the distributer cap and rotor and now I don't know which way to put the rotor back on-as it seems to fit any way you put it. I have tried moving it and turning the key but the engine will not fire up. thanks in advance
Auggie1, since you have turned the key you now need to find top dead center on #1 cylinder, there should be a cutout for the rotor (kind of like a notch it should fit into) with #1 at tdc (top dead center) the rotor contact should be inline,be sure of your firing order (wires) when you are done good luck if you need more help drop me a line
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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