Originally Posted by rebelbill1972
Well, this tennis match of motor size knowledge is highly entertaining. However unless someone has gone through all the trouble to load false info into the data base of Advance, NAPA, and autozone, it is deffinately a 400, and considering the original owner sold it to my father in laws 80 something dad in 02 I'm pretty sure it's all stock and original. It still has the H-85-15 spare in the trunk(never been bolted on) oh and did I mention the owners manuals in the glove box? Now back to my question... Do I pull it or keep spraying untill it turns?
You will find that carb cleaner and a little air to blow the crud from around the edges will soak in and get it loose faster than d 40. Also look at the shank on the distributor doesnt it have Flats to put a wrench( big crescent wrench) on? If you get it loose adjust your timing. Dont pull it whats the sense. Carb cleaner man