Asked on May 31, 2010
If my car came with AC Delco Distributor Cap & Rotor and ran perfectly, what is the rationale for upgrading to more expensive? How are they better? Please explain in detail.
C'mon BFH... that is the weakest answer ever! I need more than that. ...
Asked on Jul 4, 2010
LONG story short- I've changed my distributor cap and rotor, plugs, fuel filter, wires etc. What could be the cause for a continous misfire? They mechanic said I may need a distributor. Is he correct? Thanks
2000 Honda civic DX
Asked on Jun 6, 2010
I have the spark plugs, cables, rotors, distributor cap. How do I find the time, the motors distributor cap? My car is a 87 Chevy Caprice and its misfiring or misfires! ...
Asked on Jun 15, 2010
If you are a distributor cap, rotor, it has a little button thing in Neath it. It is white and has a piece of metal at the end. I suppose it rotates under the distributor cap, and it sparks all cylinders. If the rotor is small ...
Asked on Jun 22, 2010
I have a 2000 ford Taurus my check engine light is on. I got it diagnosed they said I have a cylinder misfire. They said check my distributor cap. I called auto zone to see how much a distributor cap costs and they said my car ...
Asked on May 22, 2010
1. (This is more a silly general question). Why do I have to replace the cap & rotor at the same time as the distributor? (No one explained it to me and I'm just curious).
2. The distributor I ordered for my car arrived before the ...
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