If you operate a vehicle requiring a CDL, if you operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle of 10,001 - 26,000 lbs. GVWR across state lanes, or if you operate a vehicle which would normally require a CDL, but is operated under an exemption (farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, RVs).
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Depends on what the vehicle is.
If that vehicle has the 2.2L engine, it doesn't have a distributor.
The fuel filter is usually located along the bottom of the vehicle, drivers side, on the back side of the fram rail. And the engines normally came with coil pack ignition systems, no distributor.
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Permission from the tower to proceed onto the runway. They would normally get this via a radio and would need to stay in radio contact with the tower, should the need be required for them to clear or "vacate" the runway.
Find the coil pack or distributor on the vehicle and follow the wires from there to the engine block.
If the distributor was genuinely bad the vehicle would probably not run. It requires special diagnostic equipment to test a distributor in isolation.
the ht leads may not be nubered but the longest should be used for the furthest away sparkplug. if you need to fit them to the distributor cap, find the firing sequence of the vehicle, find when pison 1 is in top dead centre, then work from piston 1 on the distributor round in the order that the rotor turns, normally clockwise
During anti-hijacking procedures
Depends on the vehicle in question.
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The distributor gear might wear out in an older vehicle that has high mileage, just because of wear and tear on the parts. A newer vehicle with less than 70,000 miles should not have the distributor gear wearing out. If this is the case, an electrical problem could have caused this to malfunction.
That's how engines operate.
The distributor by-pass wire, seems to be the wire that runs from the distributor to the ECM module. Just disconnect it and retime, then plug it back in. If you have checked Top Dead Center on number 1 piston then all you have to do is move the distributor cap by untightening the 9/16's bolt below the distributor housing. This will allow you to rotate the distributor with the cap on to increase or decrease the rpm's at idle. You will need to tighten the bolt holding the distributor metal plate down after Idle is running smooth or the distributor will move when the vehicle is shut off. To remove the wire from the back of the ECM (Electronic Control Module) you will need to remove the distributor cap and two connectors that run to the coil pack from the distributor.
Assuming you have an older vehicle with points, the wire from the distributor goes to the neg side of the coil.
the distributer cap is located in the back of the engine and to get to is is relatively painless but you have to remove the engine cover on the inside of the vehicle which is under the dash in the middle of the vehicle which there is 2 big standard screws holding it to the firewall and 2 clamps holding the back side to the floor towards the seat. once you gain access to the engine compartment from the inside of the vehicle you will see the distributor cap right there looking at you. it is usually held on to the distributor by 2 small Phillips screws and will tell you first hand if the cap has not been changed in a while you might want to use a nut driver to break them loose and re-install in just reverse.
From the front of the vehicle looking towards the rear of the vehicle it's on the top right hand side of the engine on the right side of the distributor at the base of the distributor cap
Tractors, tanks, trucks, and airplanes are harder to operate than cars.
Trucks, airplanes, and tractors are harder to operate than cars.
It is on the back of the intake manifold just in front of the distributor. If it is a HEI vehicle it will be in the center of the distributor cap. (distributor cap will look larger than normal)