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A correct thickness of feeler blade is more satisfactory than a book of matches to set the contact breaker.
Checking and adjusting the static timing of a basic contact breaker ignition system is fairly straightforward though not easy to describe. It can be set by eye but using a test lamp or voltmeter (connected between ground and coil CB) is more accurate.
Begin by noting the normal direction of rotation of the distributor and then locate the correct timing mark on the crankshaft pulley or flywheel. Turn the engine backwards past the mark and then forward to align the marks. The distributor body is then rotated in the appropriate direction to the point where the test lamp just lights (ignition on).
Retighten the distributor. Turn the crankshaft backwards again and then forward until the test lamp just lights. If the timing marks are not aligned, repeat the adjustment until you succeed...

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Probably bulb blown or broken wire to the lamp.

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Being wobbly says to me you have a broken spring or broken U bolts holding the axle. Check it out immediately! You wouldn't want the rear end to fall out.

You can also have loose wheel lug bolts, so check them as well.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 2 hours ago


Sounds like the engine isn't getting enough gas. This could be due to a dirty/plugged fuel filter. Start with putting in a new one. Could also mean your fuel pump isn't supplying enough fuel pressure, but start with the fuel filter.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago


You mentioned "alternator warning light" if that alt, battery light does not come on when the key is turned to the "on, acc." position the light bulb is bad or the traces leading to that light bulb on the back of the instrument cluster has a break in it. I know this sounds crazy but if that light bulb does not light it does not complete the circuit for the alt to charge!

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago


tighten the bolts on the converter???

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago


See the installation videos. There is nothing in print and the reviews are not good. Keep your receipt.

https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&ei=5uuXXPSENYy35gKaxIiwCg&q=winch+tundra+10000+installation

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


A code P0118 may mean that one or more of the following has happened: A bad connection at the sensor. An open in the ground circuit between the ECT sensor and the PCM. A short in the voltage feed between the sensor and the PCM. A bad PCM (less likely). Thus the sensor is sending a high temp signal, and your fans will stay on.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


Yes. Try, it could be the battery isn't completely drained, just not enough to get started. Also, if it was just for a few hours, you battery should have lasted longer than that. Might be time for a new battery. Get it checked at an auto parts store.

When you are ready to try to start the Tahoe, first turn the engine off on the helper car. Then disconnect the jumper cables from both cars, THEN try to start the Tahoe. If it doesn't start with in 2-3 tries, stop trying. Do not run the battery down again.

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