Put the #1 piston at TDC. Pull the Distributor cap off (2 clips). Mark the position of the rotor relative to the distributor. Remove the timing adjusting nut located to the rear of the engine just behind the distributor. Pull it out (it twists as it comes out). DO NOT move the Veh or turn the engine over, as this will make correct timing that much harder. Instalation is the reverse procedure. Adjust timing with timing light.
It may. depending on if the vehicles are 2 door or 4 door. if they are both 4-door models it should be totally fine. if the 86 is a 2 door I'm not sure. double check with measurements. NO, Different body lines, 2 and 4 door
Yes, blue is blue. '86 or '88 you are fine. Spray away.
ignition coil is broken replace $ 60.00 in Canada
Inside the distributor!
Car and distributor would have to be replaced
Check the ignition module in the distributor.
What you're talking about is an impact head, my 86 4 cylinder has one and I bent 3 valves. Didnt cost that much for parts and the head service charge was average for this area (70001) Don't know if the 93 is like that but I assume it is.
To replace the injectors in 86 Toyota truck 22r, simply refer to your user and service manual.
165432 distributor rotation is clockwise
try replacing the coil.
basically it is the distributor. public library usually has books to help
From Ignition switch run/start position terminal.
yes,i have an 86-350 change carb,distributor with mid seventys,and i even blocked of the egr. cost about 700.00 to do it.
n=43. 2n=86 is the same as saying 2 of what is 86? or 2 x n = 86? (replace "of" with x and "is" with =) REad it like an equation. so, 2x43=86 and n=43
Aren't they inside the distributor cap on that model? It's probably just two screws and it comes right out, then unplug the wires. BTW, make sure you mark the sparkplug wires with a piece of tape or some other way to show which wires go to which position on the distributor. You don't want to get them crossed.
Get a hammer, and break it
Distributor pickup coil resistance 140-180 ohms.
Is it the 86 or 86.5?
The MAP sensor on an '86 Camaro with a 2.8 liter engine is located by the distributor at the rear of the intake plenum. There will be a black plastic casing that needs removed to gain access to the sensor.
Yes, but you must replace the blinker fluid prior to starting the replacement engine.
Try disconnecting the wiring from the module on the distributor and spraying the contacts with WD40. It worked on my 86 ranger.
1-4-2-5-3-6=Distributor rotates clockwise.=
Could be a bad ignition coil Could be a bad distributor cap or rotor