The V8 engines and the 3.8 liter V6 engine have the distributor in front The other size V6 engines have the distributor at the rear The straight 6 cylinder engine has the distributor on the drivers side
A DISTRIBUTOR IS A PART ON A CAR ENGINE USED TO SYNCRONIZE THE ENGINES FIRING ORDER.
No, the small blocks have the distributor in the rear.
The Intrepid only uses distributorless engines. There is no distributor to have a cap.
Need to know what year and engine size. Some engines do not use a distributor.
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On the 5.9L v8 it is on the back of the engine, all other engines do not have a distributor.
On Magnum and Hemi engines there is no distributor cap. The engine's control module and individual ignition coils at each sparkplug eliminate the need for a distributor.
Yes it will fit. This distributor will fit all small block and big block Chevrolet engines.
The four cylinder engines do not have a distributor. On the six cylinder it is located on the driver side end of the rear cylinder head.
It does not have a distributor, modern engines have coil packs controlled by a computer. Follow the spark plug wires to the common location
Usually the O-ring gasket for the Distributor leaks on these engines..look at the base of the distributor.. it usually trickles from there. the fix is pretty easy. it is one o-ring gasket that can be replaced by pulling the distributor. Usually the O-ring gasket for the Distributor leaks on these engines..look at the base of the distributor.. it usually trickles from there. the fix is pretty easy. it is one o-ring gasket that can be replaced by pulling the distributor.
The 2.5L does. Other engines do not.
The Mirage 1.8 engines does not have distributor has two coils for the four spaks contolled for the ECU and the Crank Position Sensor.
On the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine , the distributor is on the drivers side of the engine - the distributor cap is on top of the distributor On the V8 engines , the distributor is located on top of the engine at the front , the distributor cap is on top of the distributor Where one end of the spark plug wires all connect , the other ends go to each spark plug
The Intrepid did not use any engines that had distributors, so no cap.
All of the engines in a 2003 are distributorless. They are coil on plug ignition.
Yes, on all equipped engines on all 1993 Dakota models.
All engines in a 2006 Charger do not use distributors.
The Toyota Camry used distributors in its engines up to 1996. Just follow the spark plug wires. They will lead right to the distributor.
On a 2000 Lincoln LS : Both the 3.0 liter V6 and the 3.9 V8 engines have the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system so there is no distributor / distributor cap
There is a hexagonal rod between the oil pump and distributor. As the distributor turns so does the oil pump. The newer DIS engines use a distributor plug that retains the drive gear for the oil pump rod.
On a 2002 Ford Ranger : The engines ( 2.3 / 3.0 / 4.0 ) Have the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) So , there is no distributor The engines use a coil pack with either 4 towers for the 4 cylinder , or 6 towers for the V6 engines
All V8 engines have the same firing order. 1,3,5,7 is the left bank, 2,4,6,8 is the right bank and the distributor rotates clockwise. 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2
The firing order on all Chevrolet engines is 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2. 1,3,5,7 are the left bank and 2,4,6,8 is the right bank and the distributor turns clockwise.