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Install distributor after engine turned on 98 chevy s10 4.3 vortec v6

Need instruction on install distributor after motor has been turned over to install distributor and steps for computer to set timing

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SOURCE: My 1998 Chevy 1500 with vortec 4.3 v6 leaks

You need to put pressure on the coolant system and look for the leak. If you are lucky you can find the coolant leak by following the coolant trail. It could be a head gasket, intake gasket, or coolant sensor near where you say, but take a good look to try to round it down.

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These have a real problem with the distributor caps, i would try that

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the best thing that u can do is go to the store and buy the repair manual for your car they usually run between $15 and $20 and they will have step by step instructions and pics....not only is it good for this but pretty much anything else u want to know about ur car..hope this helped

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SOURCE: Installed new distributor in 97 Chevy Vortec V6

Check the wire harness to the Ignition control module (ICM) or replace it. It cost around $40,00 from Auto Zone and it's common for the ICM to fail, or it may just be starting to fail and it's also know that the OEM distributor had a screen vent at the bottom of the distributor for ventilation to prevent condensation from forming in the distributor. Check to make sure your new distributor has a vent and that it's not plugged up with shipping plastic. Condensation may be forming causing the misfire in the distributor. Good luck and keep me posted. 

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