Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I had to remove me distributer shaft awhile ago and now it keeps running the p1345 code. I have followed the directions in setting the timeing but the engin still misses and runs the code
You may have the distributer a tooth off and the computer can not calibrate the timing properly. Set the engine at (top-dead center) at the crank harmonic balancer and remove dist-cap to see if the "DTC" is off. If so, when distributer is out, you will have to use a longer flat head screw driver to reach down in the intake and turn the oil pump shaft to advance it for the re-installation of the distributer as it will turn when threading into the cam gear. Hope this helps.
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