Test it with a vacuum gauge.
The distributor is off a tooth or two. You can pull the distributor out and turn the rotor a little and put it back in. Then re-time the engine.
It hooks to a vacuum port on the intake manifold behind the carb.
Whats the job for a foam block
Ist is a simple process. Simply remove the vacuum line to the advance mechanism, then remove the bolt that hold it down to the block. (Just to the left) Then lift the distributor from the engine. (Carefully allow the distributor to rotate a bit as you pull straight out.)
The vacuum pump stops the sound waves from coming out. Because there are no particles to pass on the sound in a vacuum, we see the clock vibrating, but do not hear anything at all.
Depends on the year.
fords suck and nobody cares.
There is no way.
No. The vaccum block will stay the same for as long as you play the game
There should be a vacuum port about halfway up the primary metering block on the passenger side.
that must be some metro to have a big block