First of all, I'm not the owner of the car, but hopefully I can explain
this without sounding too vague:
My boyfriend just bought a brand new distributor (sorry if I spell
anything wrong) and it was beautiful. Was, being the op word. He wanted
to wait for some warm weather to replace it in his 83 Honda Accord 4
cyl. Today our dogs knocked it off the counter. It's only about 2 feet
up, so we're not worried about the interior of the unit. The question I
his vacume advance inch long end, the one the tube goes on for the carb
broke off in the fall. We can't find the other end anywhere and it's
clean off. You can see the hole, it's just flat against the unit. New
vacuume advances arn't too expensive, but are they easy to replace? It
holds on with what looks like 2 screws. I'm sure there are many springs
in the advance. Can this be done with basic screwdrivers, allen
wrenches and socket sets or does this maybe require some special (as my
boyfriend states) "feelers"?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I can't find any information
about this on the internet anywhere. Only people talking about the fact
they replaced the unit, not how they did it.
Thanks for your time in reading this any any help would be great..