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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well you have a good BMC there so set the tappets to 12 thou , but check the wear on the rocker bushes first as they have the point of wearing on top and bottom and setting with stact cold some times still rattle so the best way to do them is start run with rocker cover on warm up to thermostat open then remove rocker cover and set throttle to low idle and run andcheck with 12thou push in and out ,if 1 or 2 are noisy
adjust running to 12th.
Points set also to 12thou with points open to any one cylinder and push cam towards the points with your finger and if it opens to 15 (which it will) then set points to 10 as when auto advance opens up 3deg BTDC
the points go to 15 and your spark could give you a problem at pulling power, also auto advance weights in distributor will send points to open up sooner ,reset throttle to 550 rpm and away you go .
Have a good run
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Hey thanx very much for your help."
First make sure your drain plug and filter are installed and tight, then add 2 liters of oil and check to see if there is any showing on the dipstick. Add one liter at a time and recheck the dipstick. Bring the level up to the full mark on the dipstick. Now start the engine and observe the oil light(turn off) or pressure gauge(pressure goes up) then turn off engine. If neither happens after about 10 seconds, shut off engine and check for leaks or other malfunctions. If all is O.K. then recheck oil level on dipstick. It should be somewhere between the upper and lower level, usually indicated by crosshatch marking. Add oil to bring oil level to full mark. Small amount at a time. Most small vehicles only take about 3.5 to 4 liters.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
That's a posibility!
Test fuel pump pressure, if it is low or doesn't hold up, change it before quits.
Also, check the fuel pump relay, it could be stucked.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
the gap for you're gmc should 0.45
hope this is help full
Posted on May 30, 2010
Testimonial: "I was told by canadian tire the gap is 0.40 is that still ok? "
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