Check to see if there is a internal advance mechanism in your distributor. On older GM models bushings would wear causing it to stick and causing a surge or bucking as the advance within the distributor would release. Your computer regulates the advance, however, have the distributor checked.
According to the repair manual that I am reading, you do not have a distributor, you have coil packs (3). There is not a vacuum advance persay. The spark advance is caused by the vehicle computer.
Through the carburetor or advance or retard the distributor by turning the distributor cap barely left or right. If you cant turn it then loosen the bolt holding the distributor on to the intake with a wrench then turn the distributor til the engine sounds like its not missing or not to where it's about to turn off.
A 1992 318 distributor would have an electronic position sensor in it.
yes as long as you swap electric parts
buy a new distributor
1992 Saturns had electronic ignition and did not have distributors.
The distributor cap is located where the spark plugs cables are connected .They go from the motor to the distributor cap.
Sorry, the 1992 B'mers all have computer controlled ignition. There is no distributor. However, there are coils on top of each spark plug that serve the function of providing spark energy (which is what the single distributor used to do).
If it has a distributor, it might be the pickup inside the distributor.
there ain't one eof those u have coil packs and no distributor
Check the ignition coil or the "pick up" located inside the distributor
you have to remove the distributor covers.
its coil packs
It is inside the distributor.
Inside the distributor.
No the distributor gear that is on the end of the distributor is to small for the big block cam shaft.
Why do you want to put an OBD0 distributor in a OBD1 motor?
The distributor don't, But the ignition module that is bolted inside of the distributor does have a part in the fuel pump running.
ITS LOCATED INSIDE THE DISTRIBUTOR.
under the distributor!
INSIDE the top of the distributor.
check the Distributor.
To set timing correctly on a 1992 Honda Civic the distributor must be installed at the right angle. Install the distributor at the correct degrees to ensure the timing is set properly.