Question about 1989 Ford Ranger
There is a spout connector flat square gray in color located in the area of the distributor of lying on the intake taped to the wiring harness.there is a two wire plug(called the spout) that has a flat cap that is removable.with the engine running pull the cap out of the spout and with your timing light attached check the timing marks and ensure it is timed correctly.if not loosen the distributor hold down bolt and move the distributor until the timing is set.turn off the engine reconnect the spout cap and ensure the check light is off.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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