i do believe all the 360cid turn clockwise.
The distributor doesn't turn, the rotor inside turns clockwise.
Take the distributor cap off an crank the engine or turn the engine by hand clockwise and note the direction of the distributor rotor.
clockwise when you are looking at the distributor from the front of engine
unscrew the distributor pull it out about half way with the distributor cap off and turn the rotor clock wise to disired position
Turn it to the opposite direction that the rotor rotates.
The distributor rotates CLOCKWISE
clockwise when viewed from the belt side
Counterclockwise for the V-8, clockwise for the straight six.
To advance, rotate the distributor counter-clockwise. To retard, roatate it clockwise).
I would say counter-clockwise but if you take the distributor cap off and have someone turn the engine over as you watch the distributor you will be able to see which way it turns.
In a mopar 440 the distributor drive gear notch is set inline with the crankshaft, but it's just a reccomended starting point as long as you have enough space to turn the distributor in either direction to adjust timing when installed.
There is no 2.8 Liter in a 1989 Ford Ranger. The Ranger V6is a 2.9 Liter and the distributor rotates clockwise.
To advance ignition timing, loosen the distributor clamp and in very small increments turn the distributor body in the OPPOSITE direction of the rotor's normal rotation. If you don't know which way the rotor turns, you can find out easily by removing the distributor cap and having a helper turn the engine over with the ignition key switch. To advance the timing turn the distributor counter clockwise.
Turn counter clockwise to remove.
Clockwise, watch the distributor and you can confirm this. Look at the firing order and you can reconfirm this
Rtr. turning clockwise. Rotate distributor counter clockwise to advance timing, clockwise to retard.
Whereis the direction indicator relay in the daewoo lanos 1.5
counter clockwise.. http://boxwrench.net/specs/bchrys_B.htm clockwise
it turns clockwise. Firing order of Volvo 240 w/B230 1342
I'm not sure if you can on that model. If it has a distributor, you can loosen the hold down bolt and turn it to advance or retard your timing. If it doesn't have a distributor, it set by the ecm.