Question about 1995 Chevrolet C1500
Need to take off the dist. cap,check for side to side play at the rotor,(dist.shaft)The top bushing goes out on these,makes the trigger wheel hit the pickup coil. If it's loose ,have to replace the distributor,bout 100 bucks.Suprising how long they will run with a bad bushing.
By the way if that's a stick shift there is a resovoir for the clutch fluid,if you add fluid be sure to take the rubber boot out of the hole before adding fluid.
,replace the boot then put cap back on.
There is a black,well silver box on that truck also.behind the glove box,GM tests them by starting the truck and lightly tapping on the computer,no kiddin,the "tap test"If there is a bad solder joint or something it will stumble while tapped,but I check the distributor first.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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