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What is a Distributor Bushing?
A distributor bushing is a device installed in an engine's distributor to reduce friction and wear as the distributor rotor rotates.
What is the purpose of a Distributor Bushing?
The purpose of a distributor bushing is to reduce friction and wear as the distributor rotor rotates, allowing for smoother engine operation.
How do I determine if my Distributor Bushing is faulty?
You can determine if your distributor bushing is faulty by inspecting the bushing and looking for signs of wear and tear such as cracking, chipping, or missing pieces.
Can a faulty Distributor Bushing cause damage to my engine?
Yes, a faulty distributor bushing can cause damage to your engine if it is not replaced in a timely manner. If the bushing is worn or damaged, it can cause the distributor rotor to rub against other engine parts, which can lead to further damage.
How do I replace a Distributor Bushing?
To replace a distributor bushing, you will need to:
- Remove the distributor from the engine
- Remove the distributor cap
- Remove the distributor rotor
- Unscrew the distributor bushing
- Install the new bushing and screw it into place
- Reinstall the distributor rotor
- Reinstall the distributor cap
- Reinstall the distributor into the engine