depending on the type of distributer, it would be inside the distributer. might check the pcm if you have no spark.
Check your ignition coil. You can find it by following the CENTER wire on your distributer cap. Replace that first. I would also check lead wires to distributer also they tend to chafe on the intake manifold
Need to replace rear spark plugs
do you mean distributor on engine or dodge vehicle distributer? if you mean distributer on engine, diesel does not have a distributer.diesel does not have spark plugs so no need for distributor. if you mean doge vehilce distributor, look in your phonebook
Mark each spark plug wire with a piece of tape and draw a picture on paper to mark where each wire is connected on the distributer cap. Remove all the wires. Remove two Phillips screws on top. Pull distributer cap off and replace. Put wires back on acording to your drawing.
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Because when you turn the igniton switch to run it heats up the coil which then in turn goes to the distributer and from the distributer to the spark plugs.
Just replace them all.
Flush and replace the engine coolant. Replace the engine timing belt or chain. Replace the spark plugs & wires.
Find the distributer cap. It is the thing all your spark plug wires are connected to. Usually in the center of the distributer cap a wire will lead all the way to the coil. My coil on a 1992 is located below the alternator bolted to the passenger side of the engine.
You have to remove the intake plenum. It just unbolts.
it is the module on the distributer
To change spark plugs on a 5.9 2002 Dodge Ram 1500, locate the old spark plugs. These are located at the end of the 8 wires inside the vehicle's bonnet. Remove the old spark plugs and replace with new.
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
facing car from the front..4 3 2 1..the distributer will have a line near where you put number one spark plug..you will have to look in your manual for firing order of distributer.
Pull out a spark plug, rest it on a piece of metal under the hood, have someone crank the engine, and see if it sparks. If not, check for a spark at your ignition coil by doing the same thing. If you still have no spark, check your distributer cap and rotor, they may need replaced, or the whole distributer may need replaced. Pull out a spark plug, rest it on a piece of metal under the hood, have someone crank the engine, and see if it sparks. If not, check for a spark at your ignition coil by doing the same thing. If you still have no spark, check your distributer cap and rotor, they may need replaced, or the whole distributer may need replaced.
The 2000 Dodge Durango 5.9L distributor spark plug wire firing order is 1, 8, 4, 3, 6, 5, 7, 2. The number one cylinder is at the front of the engine on the left side. The distributor rotates clockwise.
water in distributer, wet spark wires
Just like any other spark plug you just need to find the size of the plug and buy it.
If you have the four cylinder.. trace the spark plug wires back to their source.. this is the coil pack. On V6 models they have a distributer, which is located down the right side of the engine, by the battery..
Depends on which distributer cap you have. If it has separate wires just replace it. If the wires are part of the cap you replace the cap and all the wires. Not one of Toyota's better ideas. Runs $50-60.
distributer cap, low octane gas, or spark plugs i would do the distributer cap first.
18436572 distributer turns clockwise
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables and boots, and remove the old spark plugs. Throw out the old spark plugs, Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plugs cables and boots, and reconnect the battery.
replace the ignition module Its under the rotor inside the distributer cap