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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Than you problem solved by yourself already,
Dear you had done good job for your dream,
just some modification nedds like,
CHECK YOU ENGINE MOUNTINGS,OR THIGHTEN IT,
YOU HAVE TO ALSO CHECK YOUR PLACEMENTS ORDERS OF YOUR ENGINE THAT NOT TO BE CHENGED AFTER YOUT TRY.
Posted on May 20, 2008
You either have a bad plug wire or have cracked one of the new plugs while installing them. Try watching under the hood while someone else accelerates the engine to locate the noise.
Good luck dont forget to rate.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
I have had good luck with Echlin caps and rotors that are from NAPA.
You are going to need to mark your spark plug wires so you can get them back on the new cap in the right place. Tape with numbers on it or what ever you can come up with. There should be 4 screws around the lower part of the cap. Take your screwdriver and push down on the screw and turn like a quarter turn counter clockwise and you will see it release from the distributor. If you look at the new cap you will be able to see how it works. Once you have the cap off you will have to transfer the coil to the new cap. There should be 2 small screws on the top of the cap that hold the cover over the coil.
I think there are 4 screws holding the coil in to the cap and you will have to pull the wires and terminals out of the cap as you are removing the coil. Be careful when you retighten the screws in new cap.
When you replace the rotor you will see by looking at the bottom of it that it can only fit one way and lock on to distributor.
Just take your time. If you have any problems I will try to help.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Since you didn't state whether it is a V6 or V8, I'll give you both.
Firing Order is 1-6-5-4-3-2
Distributor rotor turns Clockwise
Number 1 spark plug tower on distributor cap, faces the front of the engine.
->Drivers side, spark plug order in engine, starting from the Front going back:
->Passenger side, spark plug order in engine,
starting from the Front going back:
If it's Electronic, the distributor cap has a Left side, (Drivers side), and a Right side, (Passenger side)
Starting from the Front, going back on the Left side,
Starting from the Front going back on the Right side,
V8-5.0, 5.7, and 7.4Liter
Firing Order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Distributor rotor turns Clockwise
Number 1 spark plug tower on distributor cap,
faces Front, towards the Drivers side.
Electronic distributor cap has two sides. Drivers, (Left), side and Passenger, (Right), side.
Starting from Front going back on Drivers side,
Starting from Front going back on Passenger side,
Spark plug order in engine, starting from Front going back, Drivers side:
Spark plug order in engine, starting from Front going back, Passenger side:
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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