Question about 1996 Chevrolet C1500
I have a 96 chevy c1500 5.7 i took out the distributor actually the hole thing put it back and i have the truck running rough now did the hole piston 1 all the way to the top and had the routor pointing to the 1 on the cap but it seams like the engine is running just a milli sec off how do i fix this problem
After installing distributor a camshaft offset check must be performed.this requires a scan tool.start engine with scan tool attached to diagnostic connector under dash,go to cam offset,it should show a value of 0 to -2 or +2.to adjust cam offset shut off engine,loosen dist. hold-down bolt,which should be 13mm bolt head.move dist slightly,start engine and rev to 1200 rpm and check scan tool to see updated cam offset value
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Anytime you remove the distributor, when you put it back in it dosent go right on #1, it will be droped in just a tad before #1. Just pick it up and move it back a tooth.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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