What did a automatic call distributor have?
The ACD administrator typically had a video display terminal that presented call statistics in real time and had many management tools that monitored and improved service and measured agents' effectiveness
If you have a manual transmission and a centrifugal advance distributor, you don't have any. If you have vacuum advance on your distributor, there's one vacuum hose running from the side of the carb to the distributor. If you have an automatic transmission, you've got a hose from the intake manifold to the control valve.
if you have good fuel pressure it will eliminate the fuel pump and or fuel pump relay. next i would guess it would be the i.c. modual. "ignition control modual" some people call it a distributor modual. it's inside the distributor. 170.00 at auto zone. goodluck,songwords "ignition control modual" is no longer in production very hard to find now.
The camshaft sensor is incorporated into what we used to call a distributor at the rear of the engine. Fairly easy to replace...just remove the distributor cap and rotor, disconnect the sensor's harness connector and remove the assembly. Note here--this is not a conventional distributor that you can "time" by moving it. The distributor itself must be in synch or misfires will result.