They are basic. There are no aftermarket distributors for our cars. You can only rebuild them.
The condenser on top of the coil must be grounded for the stock set up to work as intended ( points)
I have found premature point wear when i found my condenser was not grounded in the past
No idea how that would effect the pertronics electronic dist set up though
Yeah the original one in there looked like it was missing the wire or something. I guess im just going to remove the condensor i put on and install the original one.
The condenser on top of the coil is not the same condenser number as the one used for the points which it appears you do not have at all
You have a pertronics electronic ignition upgrade installed at some point in the past by someone that requires only setting the timing
Be sure your timing is set between 5 to 10 degrees -- where the car runs best ( stock is 5 degrees )
Retarded timing ( below 5 degrees ) will cause the engine to run hotter and be more difficult to start
Be sure all battery connections and grounds are shinny clean for snappy start ups
Got another quick question ill just post here. Anyone know wat this part is called. The bushing is worn on the diff side.
Forgot to add pic
That's the rear differential ball joint. There are also bushings at the other end of that controll arm.