The screw on the left side of the distributor that holds the breaker (points) plate will have to be loose. Take the two bolts out that hold the distributor on and remove it. You can leave the wires attached to the cap, and remove it first. The drive tab on the distributor is offset, so you can't put it back in 180 degrees off. Set it like it is in this pic, then rotate the points plate a little if needed to where the points are JUUUSSSSTTT starting to open. If you can see the gap,it's probably too far. It works better with a test light and power or a meter, to detect them starting open.
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