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Re: Small plugs below distributor - 134 engine
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Well I need to quick asking dumb stuff. Because as soon as I ask it, I figure it out. But, in case someone else comes along that is as dumb as I am, here's the rest of the story.
Got both plugs out. Left-hand drill and Easy-out victory. I also see that the back side of the pump is actually pressurized, and that casting boss gets filled up with oil. Then, through those small oil holes (that needed to be plugged), the distributor shaft gets its oil. The sludging of that small oil path probably was playing a factor in the twisted, almost-sheared condition that I found the shaft in the other night.
Bottom line: Get those tiny plugs out and clean the oil gallies. A clean engine is a happy engine.
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