Question about 1984 Dodge Ramcharger
I'm assuming you want to adjust the timing. There is a hold down bolt underneath it, 9/16 I think. It is holding a C shaped piece of metal that goes around the distributor case where it goes into the engine. Just loosen that. If you want to remove the distributor, take that bolt right out.
With the bolt loose you can set your timing with a light. Make sure you tighten it back up when you are done and recheck your time after that. Sometimes the distributor can be turned while tightening. Hope this helps.
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