YES, The 350 Vortec does. It is in the back top side of the engine. All the plug wires go to it.
On the '94, you probably have a 'Z' engine and you'll need a distributor with top-mounted plug wires. If I am wrong and you have a 'W' motor, you'll need a distributor with side mounted wires (serious pain). They are both top mount plug wires. It was not until later they had the side mount wires. Vin "Z" is a TBI (throttle body) Vin "W" is Vortec. TBI has breather mounted on intake Vortec says Vortec on Intake
There is 4 terminals on the right hand side of the distributor cap were the wires go. It will be the first one on the cap towards the front. That is if the distributor is in right.
on this old distributor there is a cap that holds the wires in place on the distributor. Is there a trick to remove top cap?
the rotor in the distributor only turns around. It can not fire the wrong order. A wrong order happens when the wires are in the wrong order.
Engine will misfire, or may not start if enough wires are in the wrong place.
If it has a distributor, then all the plug wires will merge at the distributor. Follow the wires.
Distributor panel?? If you mean distributor cap, you first move the air intake going to the throttle body. Mark all spark plugs wires with the correct plug and unplug each one at the spark plug. Next you will find 2 screws holding the distributor cap. Remove both screws and and lift off the cap and wires while the wires are still connected to the cap. Take the spark plug wires off and place them onto the new cap in the same position you removed them. Put new cap on and tighten the screws and replace the wires to the correct spark plug. You should replace the wires and rotor button when you do this also.
back of the engine under that black box that says vortec it has 9 spark plug type wires comming off it
Replace one at a time.
Get the proper replacement wires. One end goes on the spark plug and the other goes on the distributor cap. They are connected to the distributor cap in order,so do not place one out of sync.
it has to be the distributor cap or rotor or wires...plug wires.
All of the spark plug wires go to the distributor. Just follow the wires and you will see the distributor.
Yes, if the spark plug wires can be connected to the distributor and works.
what kind of wires- electrical??, spark plugs??, battery??
try changing your fuel filter.
It is in the very back of the engine. Just follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs and they will go to the top of the Distributor. That will be the distributor cap that the wires are in.
whats the motor.....but regardless if you follow the plug wires they lead to the distributor cap. v6 has 6 plug wires.....one to each plug and all of the on the distributor cap.......v8 has 8 plugs with their wires leading from each plug to the distributor cap
Distributor cap has 4 wires on the passenger side and 3 wires on the drivers side. Drivers side from front to back should be 3,1,5. Passenger side is 2,4,6, and then the coil wire is at the back closest to the firewall.
the sparkplag wires lead from the sparkplugs to the distributor.
Remove the doghouse, mark spark plug wires if they aren't already, remove spark plug wires, remove 2 screws holding the distributor cap in place. Installation is reverse of removal.
You do not have to but it will be very good if you place a die-electric grease on points where ignition wires contact spark plugs and distributor/coil pack.
you remove the wires that are going to the distributor and look where the distributor meets the intake there is a little plate the rests against the distributor and it has a bolt in it remove that and pull distributor up and out and u have to remove wires that go to the plugs as well
Plug wires in wrong order, distributor out of sync,Plug wires in wrong order, distributor out of sync,