Question about GMC Safari
Remove the distributor cap. Mark the location where the rotor is pointing by making a scratch mark on the distributor housing. Remove the distributor adjusting bolt and bracket. Remove the distributor. Replace with the new distributor by placing the rotor on the shaft and turning the shaft until the rotor aligns with the same place as the mark on the old one. Install the bolt and tighten. Start engine. If your engine does not run, remove the bolt and distributor and turn it 180 degrees and replace.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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