1995 Chrysler Cirrus • 6 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 135,000 miles
I have a unique situation. I have a 95 chrysler cirrus with a 2.5L. I know i have a bad distributor. i took it off, changed the timing belt, set the timing, put it all back together and you'll never believe it, my distributor is gone! I know there are 2 different size distributors for that car. I heard that I could take the VIN to the dealer and they could tell me which one to get. The situation couldnt be that easy. The engine in my car is not the original engine. Therefore, the engine doesnt mach the VIN. Is there any other way to determine which distributor I need? Is there a marking on the engine that would help me figure out what to do? Thanks, Michael
March 21, 2011.
March 21, 2011.
I have seen the distributor. the difference between the two is the rotor cam size. the larger one is .526 of an inch and the small one is .475 of an inch. i wouldnt be able to tell with them being so close in size.
No i dont have it either. i believe my wife threw it away. i had the distributor with the cap and rotor in a box. she denies it. do you have any other idea's?
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