1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 same as the firing order
all chevy V8 are the same 18436572 in a clockwise distributor rotation when viewed from the top.
Depends on weather your referring to a modern vehicle with a fuel injection 327, or a classic car. Depends on if points or electronic ignition . An example being a 68 Chevy 327 with points type distributor I set the gap at .035 now same engine with electronic ignition HEI distributor Icap a bit larger a max of .045
It should be the same as the small block.18436572.
Usually. It's all about the type of distributor being used.
It's the same on a Chevy pull your distributor cap see what position the rifle buld is facing and drop the electronic dust. In the same position and wire it up and add an ignition power to the distributor.
its inside the distributor cap should have two-three plugs going to it, it is about the same size as a domino(black).
The ignition coil is integrated with the distributor cap, they are one unit. On 3.3 Litre at least, probably the other engines too. If there's no coil wire to the distributor (should look the same size as the spark plug wires) then it's a good indication that the distributor is also the coil.
NO they are not the same.
NO. Depends on the year. On the pre-fuel injected motors, all Chevy V-8 engines used the same distributor. Use some common sense, a 1968 distributor is not the same as a 1980, but you get the idea. Use one from the same era as your vehicle.
same as a 350
All V8 Chevrolet engines use the same firing order: 18436572
At the base of the distributor, there is a tab, with a bolt in it. Tightening or loosening this bolt, will do the same, with the distributor. The distributor, by the way, times the motor, so, you will need to retime it.
Remove the old distributor cap from on top of the distributor but do not disconnect any plug wires. Push it aside. Remove the old rotor and install a new one. Then install the new distributor cap. Remove the plug wires from the old cap one at a time and plug then into the new cap in the same locations as they came off the old cap. Go around in a circle until all the old plug wires are plugged into the new cap. Discard the old cap. Now remove one plug wire from the new distributor cap and the corresponding spark plug, and choose a new wire the same length. Install that wire on the spark plug and connect the other end to the distributor. Repeat the process on all plug wires until all the old ones have been removed and replaced. Do not get them mixed up. By doing them one at a time you will have no problem.
Distributor has a center conductor that links to the coil via a wire the same size as your spark plug wires..
the plug is located under the dash between the steering wheel and the radio ,closer to the radio and right near the front of the dash, and yes it is the same plug as the Chevy
If the engine is EFI you must unplug the 4 wire plug behind the distributor before starting. Then rotate the distributor while using a timing light to the correct position. If the engine is NON EFI then you must unplug the vaccum line from the distributor and adjust the same way. You should plug the line off to avoid a high idle situation as well..
Count two diodes from the distributor plugs (clockwise) that is number one. The firing order is 1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 (clockwise) This is all regarding you have an hei distributor. If not its the same firing order, but the number one plug should be the one that points at the drivers headlamp, or no. 1 cylinder
The same as it was before.
Fuel pump, Ignition timing, spark plug misfire, fuel filter, air filter, take it to a mechanic.
negative side of coil, or if electronic distributor it will have a port on the distributor, then its power wire and ground and then same for lights
the firing order is the same as a SMALLBLOCK CHEVY 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Yes it is.
I would replace the ignition module in the distributor. Simple job.