Question about GMC Jimmy
You got it, just mark the rotor postion of the old dist and also mark the housing to the block and then install the new one the same way, the piont of the housing and the block marking is just to get it back in the same general area. the important part is the rotor alignment. sounds like you have it under control. have a good day.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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