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What is the easiest way to change a pick-up coil out of a 1976 Chevy truck 350 without changing out the entire distributer?

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2004-06-09 11:25:39
2004-06-09 11:25:39

The dist has to come out so bunp the starter so the rotor is pointing streight to the rear so you can put it back that way. Mark the distributer so it can be turned exactly like it is when you go back with it.Then remove the distributer and take the gear off of the bottom of the shaft noting that there is a indentation in the gear that is facing the same way the rotor is pointing. Then pull the shaft out of the dist after you have sanded the varnish off of the shaft so it will slide through the bushings.then r&r the pole piece which is on top of the pickup coil, and replace the coil. Then reinstall the pole piece and coil and go on from there making sure the pole piece doesn't hit the pickup points on the dist.. Check the timing when you all through although you shouldn't have to adjust it much if you did a good job of marking it when you remved it.

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