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I have 351 motor and have tdc but the rotor is pointing toward #8 is that right?


Depends.
If you have tdc on the number one cylinder, and it is tdc on the compression stroke, then the rotor should be close to cyl one.
A four cycle engine has four up and down strokes, compression, power, exhaust, and so on.
Depending on the make model and year, the firing order could be 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 which would mean the timing chain or the distributor is one cylinder too far advanced if it is pointing to number 8.

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When was my car manufactured?


The vin number is the model year. If the door tag says manufactured in '06, usually given as month and year, would be actually manufactured in late '06 as an '07 model car. Actual date of manufacture is often important in ordering parts, as modifications can occur during that model year's production run.

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Is their a better manufactured front wheel bearing for my 2004 kia sedona mpv 2.9 crdi chassis up751 j3 engine than the kia manufactured original.


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I can't get the the timing to go below 15 deg. Retarded distributor all the way and still reads 15-18 deg advanced. shorted T and E1 befor and after , no change.


Hi! You may want to replace the distributor coil and distributor cap. They may be worn thats why you can't get the timing right. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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1990 K5 BLAZER 5.7 ENGINE 4 SPEED AUTOMATIC ENGINE HAS BAD IGNITION PING AND TIMING IS ADVANCED TO MUCH


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Ford Probe Engine jumps down to 0RPM while driving


The tach suddenly falling to zero while driving is a classic symptom of the notorious distributor failure in the 1993-94 Probe GTs. There is a part in the distributor called the ignitor that is failing because they were not made to withstand the high heat conditions of the Probe GT engine compartment. Unfortunately, Ford does not sell ignitors and they charge an insane price for a new distributor.

The easiest solution is to buy a replacement disty. The problem is that many of the rebuilt distys sold by auto parts stores also have ignitors that will soon fail. There is an outfit with an eBay store called the Distributor King that sells replacement distys with upgraded ignitors. The distys they sell are manufactured by Richporter Technology and the model that works on a '93 PGT is number MZ25 ( thats the manufacturer's number, not Distributor King's). You might try checking the price on eBay then google the part number and see if you can find it at a better price elsewhere. There are also other vendors on eBay that say they sell the same identical disty for less than Distributor King. You could email them and ask who makes their distys.

If you are handy and have some time on your hands there is a way to jury rig a replacement for the ignitor for about $20. There is a detailed discussion of that here.

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Timing is apparntly too advanced no matter how the distributor is set yet runs rougher when turned back.


The timing belt may not be installed properly, the tensioner may be bad, or, you may have forgotton to remove the pin that you should have inserted into the tensioner after squeezing it in a vice or press.

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