Question about 1992 Dodge Ram 250
I cannot believe the last poster said "distributor"...well any way
The pump was not tight enough on the gear. It slipped I've done that half a dozen times intil i started cleaning that shaft well. Or you could have not adjusted the valves correctly. Everything in that gear cover has a keyway and key except the fuel pump. unless you have the only vp44 that year. Its been a month sense you posted so i guess you got the distributer in correctly good luck..
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
The distributor could be off by 180 degrees. You want the number one cylinder to be at top dead center, between the exhaust and intake strokes (after the exhaust valve closes but before the intake valve opens). Line up the timing mark on the balancer now and install the distributor, per the instructions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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