I remove the distributor to replace the stator. When I put it back together the timing is way off. I've done all the basics. Found tdc on compression stroke at number one. Put in dist. And had rotor facing number one. Removed the spout. I can't figure out why the timing is off. It starts but jerks go's up and down in rpms, I've turned the dist. 90 degrees in both directions and it only gets worse. I tried putting back in the spout and it just shut off. I don't know why the timing is so far off. Before I removed the dist. The timing was spot on. Whay am I missing. 96 150 4x4
have the same problem?
Thursday, April 11th, 2013 AT 12:49 PM