Question about 1997 Chevrolet C1500
We just put a new motor into our 1997 Chevy Surburban. It is not getting spark to the plugs. We have replaced all sensors and ignition components. It cranks but will not fire
Do you have the distributor in corectly the metal tip on the rotor in the distributor should be pointing at cly number 1 when one is at top dead center an easy way to get 1 at top dead center is to put a screw driver into the spark plug hole of number one the put a wrench an the crank shaft pully and slowly turn the motor over. i hope this helps you
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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