Question about 1996 Chrysler LHS
Remove the spark plug from number one cylinder, bring number one cylinder to top dead center. The TDC will be the compression stroke and you will hear the air blow from the spark plug hole. Once you have the cylinder at top dead center, pull the distributor up and align the rotor to the number 1 cylinder terminal one the cap. Keep in mind you will need to make sure the bottom of the distributor is also aligned with the oil pump shaft. You can turn the shaft for alignment with a flat head screw driver for aligning purposes. It may take a couple of tries to get the distributor to seat all the way down. This is how this procedure should be done.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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