Follow the top (right hand) radiator hose to it's end and there it is. Will have to remove air intake assembly and remove battery and distributor cap to access bottom bolt.
its the bottom plate that moves in the distributor to advance the timing
There is a oil pump drive rod that fits into the bottom of the distributor and the gear that's on the bottom of the distributor runs on the gear that's on the rear of the camshaft.
Inside the engine oil pan, at the bottom of the distributor drive shaft.Inside the engine oil pan, at the bottom of the distributor drive shaft.
Pick up coil?
The setting was robin hill and river bottom
Should have a horseshoe type locking bolt at the bottom side of distributor--remove and twist to lift out
I took out my sister inlaws from the top, no problems
the setting is bikini bottom, Pacific Ocean
The distributor will need to be removed. The magnet is permanently attached to the distributor shaft and the shaft is held in place by a roll-pin thatpasses through the distributor drive gear on the bottom side of the distributor. Magnet on top, gear down in the engine, distributor shaft and housing in the middle.
the fictional bikini bottom
When standing on the passanger side looking at the distributor the top right plug is cylinder one (the cylinder closest to the distributor). The top left plug on the distributor is cylinder two. The bottom left plug is cylinder three. Finally the bottom left plug is cylinder four (the cylinder furthest from the distributor, closest to the timing gear). Hope this helps.
You need to turn the motor so the first piston is at top of the cylinder to remove the distributor.
A keyway on the bottom of the distributor.
In the bottom of the distributor under coil.
The firing order is 1 3 4 2 No 1 cylinder is the opposite side of the engine to the distributor. As you look directly at the distributor cap No 1 lead is the bottom left No 3 is bottom right No 4 is top right No 2 is top left
Imagine a straight line directly down from the center of the distributor. The oil pump is in the bottom of the engine and straight down from the distributor.
you have to remove the distributor. at the bottom of the distributor is a pin. CAREFULLY remove the pin, upon doing so the distributor will come apart. the pick up coil is the top piece. Runs about $12
Moisture is rarely a problem unless the cap is cracked. Accel offers a high performance distributor that comes with an O ring around the bottom of the cap to seal it to the distributor housing.
Number 1 on the distributor cap is the top post closet to the firewall. Looking at the distributor cap it would be... top row 1-3 bottom 2-4
The marks are on the bottom pulley , you may need to get a white marker to hi light it , so it will be easier to see with a light .
setting margins means to select the about of space around the documents. Top, bottom, left and right
Just did this myself today.......you have to take the distributor off the motor. At the bottom of the distributor shaff, there is a pin. Knock the pin out, pull the shaft out from the bottom. The pick up is on top. Pull the clip washer off and remove the old pick up. Install the new pick up, plug the wires into the electronic ignition, Install the new (comes in the box) clip in place to hold the new pick up in place. Slide the shaft back into the distributor (from the bottom up) install the pin in the bottom of the shaft and you're finished. Put the distrubitor back on the motor. That's it.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the thermostat housing, which has 2 screws, one on top and bottom. The thermostat is inside this housing.