Question about Cars & Trucks
What will happen , you will be in all sorts of bother
try this , remove the spark plugs then bring number 1 piston up on compression until the timing marks read tdc
remove the distributor cap and see if the rotor button is pointing to no 1 plug lead
directly under the center of the rotor button line , using a small triangular file and file a small nick in the edge of the distributor body if there is not already a mark there
remove all wires to the distributor . undo the single nut that holds the distributor clam to the block and lift the distributor out
note which way the rotor button turns as you will have to position it before the mark when reinstalling so that the rotor button ends back up at your mark on the body
points to remember--- no 1 piton has to be at tdc compression stroke and the rotor button has to be at your mark or existing mark to get it all right on assembly
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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