It sounds like you have an ignition module or pick up that is out. Below is a guide to show you how to change out the pickup and module.
Disconnect the ignition switch battery feed wire and tachometer lead if equipped from distributor cap. Also, release the coil connectors from the cap (do not use a screwdriver or tool to release the locking tabs).
Remove the distributor cap by turning four latches counterclockwise. Move cap out of the way.
Remove the four terminal ECM harness from distributor.
Spark Plug Wire Holder Release.
If necessary, remove secondary wires from cap, release wiring harness latches and remove wiring harness retainer. The spark plug wire numbers are indicated on the retainer.
Remove the distributor clamp screw and hold-down clamp.
Note position of rotor, then pull distributor up until rotor just stops turning counterclockwise and again note position of rotor.
NOTE: To ensure correct timing of the distributor, the distributor must be installed with the rotor correctly positioned as noted. If the engine was accidentally cranked after the distributor was removed, the following procedure can be used for installing.
Remove the number 1 spark plug.
Place finger over the number 1 spark plug hole and crank engine slowly until compression is felt.
Align timing mark on pulley to "0" on engine timing indicator.
Turn rotor to point between number 1 and number 8 spark plug towers on the distributor cap.
Install the distributor.
Install distributor hold-down clamp and distributor clamp bolt. Tighten clamp bolt to 36 Nm (27 lb. Ft.).
Install rotor in the same position at which it was removed.
If removed, install the secondary wires from cap, wiring harness latches and wiring harness retainer.
Connect four terminal ECM harness to distributor.
Connect ignition feed wire.
Install distributor cap and spark plug wires.
Check engine timing.
(Check out the diagrams below)
Let us know what happens and please upload pictures or videos of the problem.
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Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 AT 11:13 AM