Question about 1989 Ford F 250
I've got a 1980 tahiti jet boat with a ford 460 in it. I had to pull the distributor out of it to add a valve to the the intake manifold to run another water line to my water cooled headers. I put the distributor back in and fired it up and she ran like a champ. My problem is that I now have no oil pressure and I had plenty of pressure before I took out the distributor. I know that it might have something to do with the oil pump shaft that goes in the bottom of my distributor and into my oil pump. Can anybody PLEASE help??
You lost the sealve the connects the distributor shaft tot he oil pump shaft or don't have it seated all the way.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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