Question about Ford F-100
I will try to talk you through this,bring #1 piston up on compression stroke,on compression stroke with #1plug out you will feel it blow while tip of your finger inserted into #1piston cylinder, the rotor button should be pointed at #1cylider at that time.if not,you are 180degrees out reinsert distributor and do again.back the crank up 1/4 degrees before top dead center on compression stroke. drop distributor in, making sure that the oil pump shaft slides down onto shaft easily. no hammering!just slides down with no force!after this it will start, you will need to set the time with a timing light,by adjusting the position of the distributor. after you've found the right time with timing light, then tighten the distributor bolt down. you should be good to go! thank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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