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Standard Ignition
1952 International LM122 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.6L Standard Ignition

P311-2195F8F    DR-158  New

55524 , 6C4 , RA3 , 717427 , D10 , 1883500 , 108939 , 51-5571 , 54420904 , 4R1056 , 1270 , 5M4297 , D400 , 1847291 , 173-2262 , 820445 , 1909590 , 3112718 , D415 , 1905590 , 1849955 , DR937 , 12338679 , 3069778R1 , J3112718 , 2-3452 , 23072 , 04108 , J717427 , 3-400

Qty:
$8.90
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High-grade dielectric strength alkyd resists dirt sticking, which decreases carbon tracking for extended service life. Our distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Our rotor utilized shaft retention clips where required for the very best fit and performance. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1952 - International LM122 L 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 -
Standard Ignition
1961 International C112 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.9L Standard Ignition

P311-143FE13    DR-308  New

1931851 , D408 , DR945 , 1931482 , 4R1058 , 23036 , 19106982 , J3118583 , 1271 , 1924245 , D132 , 12338681 , 51-5573 , U406 , 3-405 , 1927191 , D405 , 3118583

Qty:
$9.36
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High-grade dielectric strength alkyd resists dirt sticking, which decreases carbon tracking for extended service life. Our distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Our rotor utilized shaft retention clips where required for the very best fit and performance. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1961 - International C112 L 6 Cyl 3.9L 241 -
Standard Ignition
1962 International C110 Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-261FBE4    DR-311  New

1932015 , 4R1063 , DR951 , 1668483-C1 , 7C2 , 12366685 , 8122343 , 800044 , V24-9535 , 12338688 , 12366619 , J8122343 , DR969VC , 3-409 , J8112343 , 2-3206 , 3204216 , 1852722 , B33707 , 1965743 , 51-5579 , 1965793 , 19106647 , 1968433 , 381711 , 1971247 , 1276 , J3204216 , 23041P , 1932135 , 12338671 , 8112343 , 1960776 , 812234 , J812234 , D138

Qty:
$9.69
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. Includes mounting screw with lock washer to ensure complete replacement.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1962 - International C110 V 8 Cyl 4.3L 266 4360
Standard Ignition
1972 International Scout II Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 4.2L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1972 - International Scout II L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 4228
Standard Ignition
1970 International M1100 Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 3.2L Standard Ignition

P311-56ABA83    FD-311  New

3230765 , 65864 , 19106642 , 268574C94 , B7A-12200A , D5PZ 12200 A , DR5B , E2PJ 12200 AA , 23050P , 12309066 , 4A7 , 12301051 , 4R1073 , 2-3214 , D198 , 12325301 , 215 , D6TZ-12200A , J3230765 , D7TE 12200 BA , 51-5592 , F405 , 76D-184A , 1818706 , 49924 , D5AZ-12200A , D5AE 12200 AA , D5PZ-12200A , FEK-12200A , 4-412 , 268574-C94

Qty:
$10.76
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1970 - International M1100 L 4 Cyl 3.2L 196 3203
Standard Ignition
1969 International 1000D Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 5.6L Standard Ignition

P311-56ABA83    FD-311  New

3230765 , 65864 , 19106642 , 268574C94 , B7A-12200A , D5PZ 12200 A , DR5B , E2PJ 12200 AA , 23050P , 12309066 , 4A7 , 12301051 , 4R1073 , 2-3214 , D198 , 12325301 , 215 , D6TZ-12200A , J3230765 , D7TE 12200 BA , 51-5592 , F405 , 76D-184A , 1818706 , 49924 , D5AZ-12200A , D5AE 12200 AA , D5PZ-12200A , FEK-12200A , 4-412 , 268574-C94

Qty:
$10.76
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Holley Distributor Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1969 - International 1000D V 8 Cyl 5.6L 345 5654
Standard Ignition
1959 International B110 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-143FE13    DR-308  New

1931851 , D408 , DR945 , 1931482 , 4R1058 , 23036 , 19106982 , J3118583 , 1271 , 1924245 , D132 , 12338681 , 51-5573 , U406 , 3-405 , 1927191 , D405 , 3118583

Qty:
$9.36
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Physical Comparison Required
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High-grade dielectric strength alkyd resists dirt sticking, which decreases carbon tracking for extended service life. Our distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Our rotor utilized shaft retention clips where required for the very best fit and performance. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1959 - International B110 L 6 Cyl 4.3L 264 4335
Standard Ignition
1966 International M800 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.6L Standard Ignition

P311-143FE13    DR-308  New

1931851 , D408 , DR945 , 1931482 , 4R1058 , 23036 , 19106982 , J3118583 , 1271 , 1924245 , D132 , 12338681 , 51-5573 , U406 , 3-405 , 1927191 , D405 , 3118583

Qty:
$9.36
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Remy
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High-grade dielectric strength alkyd resists dirt sticking, which decreases carbon tracking for extended service life. Our distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Our rotor utilized shaft retention clips where required for the very best fit and performance. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1966 - International M800 L 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 3608
Standard Ignition
1968 International MA1200 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.6L Standard Ignition

P311-143FE13    DR-308  New

1931851 , D408 , DR945 , 1931482 , 4R1058 , 23036 , 19106982 , J3118583 , 1271 , 1924245 , D132 , 12338681 , 51-5573 , U406 , 3-405 , 1927191 , D405 , 3118583

Qty:
$9.36
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; with Emission Control System To Engine No. 979423 Delco Remy
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High-grade dielectric strength alkyd resists dirt sticking, which decreases carbon tracking for extended service life. Our distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Our rotor utilized shaft retention clips where required for the very best fit and performance. Capitalizing on decades of research and development, our distributor caps and rotors contain unmatched quality yielding superior performance. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1968 - International MA1200 L 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 -
Standard Ignition
1969 International 1100D Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-261FBE4    DR-311  New

1932015 , 4R1063 , DR951 , 1668483-C1 , 7C2 , 12366685 , 8122343 , 800044 , V24-9535 , 12338688 , 12366619 , J8122343 , DR969VC , 3-409 , J8112343 , 2-3206 , 3204216 , 1852722 , B33707 , 1965743 , 51-5579 , 1965793 , 19106647 , 1968433 , 381711 , 1971247 , 1276 , J3204216 , 23041P , 1932135 , 12338671 , 8112343 , 1960776 , 812234 , J812234 , D138

Qty:
$9.69
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; with Delco Distributor Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. Includes mounting screw with lock washer to ensure complete replacement.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1969 - International 1100D V 8 Cyl 4.3L 266 4360
Standard Ignition
1970 International 1000D Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 5.0L Standard Ignition

P311-261FBE4    DR-311  New

1932015 , 4R1063 , DR951 , 1668483-C1 , 7C2 , 12366685 , 8122343 , 800044 , V24-9535 , 12338688 , 12366619 , J8122343 , DR969VC , 3-409 , J8112343 , 2-3206 , 3204216 , 1852722 , B33707 , 1965743 , 51-5579 , 1965793 , 19106647 , 1968433 , 381711 , 1971247 , 1276 , J3204216 , 23041P , 1932135 , 12338671 , 8112343 , 1960776 , 812234 , J812234 , D138

Qty:
$9.69
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. Includes mounting screw with lock washer to ensure complete replacement.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1970 - International 1000D V 8 Cyl 5.0L 304 4982
Standard Ignition
1973 International 1110 Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 6.4L Standard Ignition

P311-261FBE4    DR-311  New

1932015 , 4R1063 , DR951 , 1668483-C1 , 7C2 , 12366685 , 8122343 , 800044 , V24-9535 , 12338688 , 12366619 , J8122343 , DR969VC , 3-409 , J8112343 , 2-3206 , 3204216 , 1852722 , B33707 , 1965743 , 51-5579 , 1965793 , 19106647 , 1968433 , 381711 , 1971247 , 1276 , J3204216 , 23041P , 1932135 , 12338671 , 8112343 , 1960776 , 812234 , J812234 , D138

Qty:
$9.69
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Distributor Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. Includes mounting screw with lock washer to ensure complete replacement.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1973 - International 1110 V 8 Cyl 6.4L 392 -
Standard Ignition
1959 International B102 Distributor Rotor 8 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-261FBE4    DR-311  New

1932015 , 4R1063 , DR951 , 1668483-C1 , 7C2 , 12366685 , 8122343 , 800044 , V24-9535 , 12338688 , 12366619 , J8122343 , DR969VC , 3-409 , J8112343 , 2-3206 , 3204216 , 1852722 , B33707 , 1965743 , 51-5579 , 1965793 , 19106647 , 1968433 , 381711 , 1971247 , 1276 , J3204216 , 23041P , 1932135 , 12338671 , 8112343 , 1960776 , 812234 , J812234 , D138

Qty:
$9.69
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Physical Comparison Required Delco Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. Includes mounting screw with lock washer to ensure complete replacement.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1959 - International B102 V 8 Cyl 4.3L 266 4360
Standard Ignition
1971 International M800 Post Office Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.8L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Standard Duty Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1971 - International M800 Post Office L 6 Cyl 3.8L 232 -
Standard Ignition
1970 International 1000D Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.9L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1970 - International 1000D L 6 Cyl 3.9L 240 3933
Standard Ignition
1968 International 1100C Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Remy Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1968 - International 1100C L 6 Cyl 4.3L 264 4335
Standard Ignition
1971 International M1200 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.8L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Standard Duty Delco Remy Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1971 - International M1200 L 6 Cyl 3.8L 232 -
Standard Ignition
1974 International MS1210 Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 4.2L Standard Ignition

P311-33F7219    DR-314  New

81801 , 384735 , 19106639 , 12338670 , 18-5418 , J807357 , W16535 , 7C1 , 3204198 , 23040P , 9002404 , 8077357 , J8077357 , 380536 , 800055 , 3-423 , 1278 , 898253008 , 800056 , 1954566 , 1961074 , DR961 , 4R1061 , J3204198 , 4488087 , 1963972 , D152 , 4056700 , 9-29202 , 2-3207 , 807357 , B33659 , 9001168 , 51-5576 , 1971326 , J4488087 , 58217

Qty:
$10.27
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Delco Distributor Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1974 - International MS1210 L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 4229
Standard Ignition
1970 International M1200 Distributor Rotor 4 Cyl 2.5L Standard Ignition

P311-56ABA83    FD-311  New

3230765 , 65864 , 19106642 , 268574C94 , B7A-12200A , D5PZ 12200 A , DR5B , E2PJ 12200 AA , 23050P , 12309066 , 4A7 , 12301051 , 4R1073 , 2-3214 , D198 , 12325301 , 215 , D6TZ-12200A , J3230765 , D7TE 12200 BA , 51-5592 , F405 , 76D-184A , 1818706 , 49924 , D5AZ-12200A , D5AE 12200 AA , D5PZ-12200A , FEK-12200A , 4-412 , 268574-C94

Qty:
$10.76
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Motorcraft Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1970 - International M1200 L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2491
Standard Ignition
1976 International Scout II Distributor Rotor 6 Cyl 3.2L Standard Ignition

P311-56ABA83    FD-311  New

3230765 , 65864 , 19106642 , 268574C94 , B7A-12200A , D5PZ 12200 A , DR5B , E2PJ 12200 AA , 23050P , 12309066 , 4A7 , 12301051 , 4R1073 , 2-3214 , D198 , 12325301 , 215 , D6TZ-12200A , J3230765 , D7TE 12200 BA , 51-5592 , F405 , 76D-184A , 1818706 , 49924 , D5AZ-12200A , D5AE 12200 AA , D5PZ-12200A , FEK-12200A , 4-412 , 268574-C94

Qty:
$10.76
Standard Ignition Distributor Rotor
  • Distributor Rotor
  • ; Dist. No. IHC: 359-216-C91, 360-724-C91, 4051613-C91 Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Distributor Rotor
  • High dielectric-strength engineering polymer prevents breakdown or arcing and ensures long life. Solid brass segment resists pitting and erosion for extended life. Stainless steel spring ensures positive contact with distributor cap brush while resisting corrosion and wear. As a global manufacturer of ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1976 - International Scout II L 6 Cyl 3.2L 198 -

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99 suburban-rebuilt motor-won't start

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Question From mxdad415 on 99 suburban-rebuilt motor-won't start

1. Rebuilt entire motor – long block through shop
2. Truck was apart for 2-plus years, spun main bearing but still ran when parked
3. Lined up timing by rolling over the motor and watching the intake and exhaust valves. Watched intake open then close, as it came around stopped on the TDC line. If I continued around the exhaust would of opened on the next stroke up, etc
4. Aligned the distributor rotor to point at the little #8 on the rim of the distributor or #1 plug wire. (I understand that I can not time this but this is what you do to get it close enough to run?)
5. New Dist cap, rotor, plug wires, plugs, crank sensor, cam sensor. All new internals in the motor.

Truck starts or tries to starts then dies right away. 1-1 ½ seconds. Does not cough, sputter or miss. Basically sounds just like it is going to start no problem, then just dies. I was curious about what the timing was doing so I put a timing light on it and had the wife try and start it. You could see that it started at 0 degrees and quickly advanced until it died. I went and bought a scan tool and you can read the timing degrees. I can watch it in the live mode start at 0 degrees and quickly advance until around 30-35 degrees when it dies and it will return to 0. This happens every time without fail.

1. Fuel pressure 55-58
2. I pulled the #1 plug and while it is not wet with fuel it is turning a little black.
3. The only devices that I am not positive if they are in the right spot are (2) little round ones that have a single wire (round) termination. I believe the knock sensors, (2) of them? The wiring leads me to believe that they want to live one on each side of the motor. Machine shop put plugs in all of the holes and didn’t put the sensors back where they were so I am guessing.
4. Does not have any codes that I can read with the code reader. No check engine light.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't think you understand how the distributor works on this engine. The timing absolutely cannot be changed in any way. The only thing turning the distributor does is throw everything out of synch. The primary ignition trigger is at a fixed time and the distributor has to be adjusted to match it exactly or it isn't going to run. You need to use a professional scan tool and adjust the cam offset to 0 to get the distributor in the right spot. Your fuel pressure is a bit low too. The absolute minimum pressure for this to run is 55 PSI.

Response From mxdad415 Top Rated Answer

Hammer - Uh maybe I did turn the distributor to help fine tune the line up? I plead ignorance.....please help anyway if I wasn't supposed to do that?

Hope you guys have a sense of humor.....

Response From kev2

something I saw- both the cam and crank marks at 12oclock...

Anyway - did you do BASICS- the scanner will zero in the sync, they are must have tool today.
spark at several cylinders..
Is there injector pulse- maybe look for wet plugs...

notice the marks 1&2 but confirm #3 is at the 5 oclock -

Response From mxdad415

Kev -

How I lined everything up - #1TDC, crank gear has white dot=at 12 o'clock, cam gear has white dot=12 o'clock, rotor pointing at little #8 on rim, trying to research if the body of the distributor needs to line up with something specific?

"notice the marks 1&2 but confirm #3 is at the 5 oclock" - was there supposed to be a picture? I am a little lost there

**I am getting ready to go back out to the shop. I have checked spark on #1 but didn't check the rest. Again, I only check #1 but it was dry and a little black, will check the rest.

Response From Hammer Time

One thing you have to remember here is that the wire position on the outside of the cap does not match the contact in the same position on the inside so it's deceiving to know if you are pointing at #1 or not.

Here are the installation instructions.

Let's see if this comes out right


Response From Hammer Time

That came out too small. I will split it into 2 parts and try that.






Response From mxdad415

OK - leaving a message before I go out and finish reassembling the front of the engine. Pulled the distributor out and lined up the marks, dimple on the gear/paint mark on shaft. Rotor pointed roughly at #2 and marked it with silver marker. For reference I also marked the plastic #8 bump in the housing of the distributor (for after I got it installed/reference) I held the distributor and marked where the outside shaft was in relation to the hold down bolt. (to make sure I didn't rotate the body while inserting) Inserted distributor in according to the directions, thought it was lined up correct before but it did not bottom. (oil pump shaft not lined up, tells me I didn't have it in correctly before? might of moved? who knows) Adjusted the oil pump shaft while standing on my head, upside down and backwards, with a flash light (thanks for the Magoo reference) Installed the distributor with the dimple on the gear, white paint mark, rotor pointing at silver marker on housing (roughly #2), the mark I put on the body with the hold down bolt, all went in straight.

Here is the catch, the rotor, with the distributor fully bottomed out, after rotating as the gear meshed and all other marks lined up, points just past the little #8 on the housing of the distributor. It is about 1/8th to 3/16th past the mark if rotating clockwise. (I tried to upload a picture, can't figure it out. Guess I am about as good with the computer as I am with a 99 suburban, hahaha)

**Here is the question, move distributor to line up with the #8 in the housing or leave it where it is?**

Thanks guys, give me a couple hours and I will have it back together and ready to fire, hopefully someone can answer my "move distributor" question.

Response From Hammer Time

How I lined everything up - #1TDC, crank gear has white dot=at 12 o'clock, cam gear has white dot=12 o'clock,

It appears you are installing this thing 180 out. Rotate the crank one more revolution so the marks point at each other. That woulkd be the compression stroke. You should always remove the #1 plug when doing this just to verify that you feel compression with your thumb over the hole as you approach TDC compression.

Response From mxdad415

Hammer - I was wondering about that, seemed backwards to me too but that is what this stupid Hayes manual said? I will check with my compression gauge like you suggested.

Response From mxdad415




Edit to try to post picture directly........

Response From Tom Greenleaf

HT - Can barely see anyway but quick look up show only gas engine was an R code V8. No V6 listed at all. The diagrams show a 6.


If somehow I missed something I do know they exported the R code engine later years but not for sale to the US market - I think,


T

Response From Hammer Time

Everybody knows this is a V8. They use the same distributor, just different marks

Response From mxdad415

Hammer - I had my son come over and help me once I got it back together, he bumped it over while I watched the compression gauge and timing mark. Everything lined up ok with the mark, compression showing and distributor pointing roughly at the #8 mark on the distributor. In the manual it says to line up the (2) dots like you said but made note that this would be with the #6 at TDC. Then you should rotate 180 degrees to get #1 TDC. They even had a picture?

Could you take a minute and look at the picture I posted and comments about where the distributor ended up when I installed per those directions you gave me? I am headed back out and going to put the cap, coil and everything back together now. Just wanted to know if I should leave the distributor where it shows in the picture or rotate slightly so it lines up with the #8 mark on the distributor?

Don't give up on me yet, hahaha. I almost have it back together, to try and start it again.

Response From Hammer Time

Just look inside the distributor cap. Find #1 wire and look inside the and follow the route that terminal takes to locate the #1 contact on the inside. These flat caps don't go straight in.

Response From mxdad415

Got it all back together, still cranks, starts to take off for just a little bit then dies. Never really gets running...1 second to 1 1/2 seconds, just long enough to take off from the starter then dies. Doesn't back fire or sputter, just dies. I took some comments a little earlier and was checking spark and looking at spark plugs. All of the spark plugs I pulled (6 of 8 the others are a pain) were black but not wet after trying to start about a dozen or so times. When I put a plug into the plug wire and cranked it was a white spark? Isn't the spark normally more blue ish? It really doesn't run long enough to see if it is consistent. I called auto parts store that is closest to me and they said they could test the ignition module and a new coil was only like $30-$40 dollars.

Any help would be great, I appreciate everything you guys have given me so far. I flat ran out of things I know how to check but always want to learn....

Response From Hammer Time

Have you got a security light on or flashing when trying to start it?

Response From mxdad415

OK, was looking at that one earlier too, it comes on solid when I turn the key on, then goes away. When I try to start and it dies the security light flashes several times then goes out. I have read the whole turn on wait 10 minutes then turn on again and repeat X3 times? Didn't seem to work, I could try it again though, do you have a specific instruction for that routine? If it does not start because of the security thing, does it cut out the fuel pump or ignition?

Response From Hammer Time

Yep, I think we have a solution.............

AUTO LEARN
Time required, approximately 10 minutes:

1. Insure that the battery is fully charged.
2. Use the scan tool in order to clear the DTCs.
3. Turn the ignition switch from the OFF position to the CRANK position attempting to start the vehicle. The vehicle will start and then stall.
4. Leave the ignition switch in the ON position while observing the security indicator.
5. When the security indicator turns off, which can take up to 10 minutes, turn the ignition switch off. Wait 10 seconds.
6. The BCM and the PCM will learn the new code on the next start attempt.

Response From mxdad415

Feel like I am typing a diary. At least I am back to where we started.

No fuel pump = I need to watch where I put my knees when I am kneeling on top of the motor. Found one of the plugs on the PCM slightly unplugged, pushed it in and away we go.

Yes I know you don't have to tell me, the ignition module and the coil didn't have anything to do with it but what the heck, it kept me busy until people type me back.

**I am trying the AUTO LEARN thing now.... wish me luck

Truck cranks over and begins to take off, then dies. I think it ran a half a second longer this time? hahaha Wife says I can't play with any of my other toys until I get her "baby" running.

Response From mxdad415

Hammer - the security light doesn't flash all of the time but it does probably flash like 4-5 times after I try to start it.....

Sorry I am such a rooky, you must have incredible patience? I saw that you are the one who posted the rules for this site, is it your site or you host it?

Response From Hammer Time

No, it's not my site. I'm just an administrator.

We're starting to run in circles here. If the security light flashes at all when trying to start the truck, do the relearn.

Response From mxdad415

Yes, I am sorry. I did go backwards there for a little bit because of my carelessness and partially unplugging one of the PCM connectors with my knee.

The security light flashes at me 4-5 times after I try to start it and it dies. I followed your instructions to the letter.

1) Battery fully charged, charged over night
2) Plugged in scan tool, no codes
3) Turned ignition switch from the off position to crank, started and died
4) Left the ignition switch on and the security indicator flashed 4-5 times
5) I tried this several times, one waiting for an entire 10 minutes and one just waiting until the light quit flashing
6) Each time, I then turned the key to off, waited 10 seconds, then tried to start
7) Each time it starts then dies and flashes the security light 4-5 times and goes out.

I did check the fuel pressure again and it is 55-58 when I turn the key on and around 60 when it tries to start and die.
I do have spark at multiple spark plugs

Again sorry for the confusion, I think we are on the same page now.

Response From Hammer Time

If the security light is still flashing, then you still have a security problem.

If the 10 minute relearn didn't resolve that, try the 30 minute which is just repeating the process 3 times. If you still can't stop that light from flashing after that, then you have a component failure in the security system, probably the sensor in the ignition switch. I can give you a way to bypass that sensor if necessary.

Response From mxdad415

Hammer, glad you haven't given up on me yet. I will go try the 30 version again but I am starting to think I might have component problems like you said. Remember I said it sat for about 2 years? I have been trying to do a bunch of research and it seems corrosion or moisture affects these contacts/units quite a bit, could of had plenty of that, I live in the NorthWest. If you could fill me in on the bypass, that would be awesome. There is SO much crap on this internet, people just throwing whatever at people. I really appreciate your guys forum here.

I found a youtube video of exactly what my truck is doing, right down to the security light blinking 4-5 times then it going out. The link is below if you wanted to check it out. If you want some real entertainment you can read all of the goofy peoples posts, most of them make no sense.



Links not allowed

Response From Hammer Time


PASSLOCK SENSOR BYPASS


Look for the black wire and the yellow wire from the passlock sensor in the column, cut the wires and you can solder in a 2.2 K ohm resistor connecting them together and then attempt to start the car.It will stall don't turn the ignition off.Let the ignition on for ten minutes or until the theft light goes out.Turn the key off for ten seconds then attempt to start the car.If it now runs you have been successful.If it doesn't you either made a mistake or there are other problems besides the ignition lock cylinder.

Response From mxdad415

Sorry about the link, going to go take apart the column now.

Response From Hammer Time

Just the top cover to expose the wires. The wires you are looking for are very thin, going into the ignition lock.

Response From mxdad415

There are 3 - wires yellow, orange/black, red/white
http://autoforums.carjunky.com/photos/thumbs.php?u=145aoXGH&i=757

Response From mxdad415


Response From Hammer Time

You want yellow and orange/black on that year.

Make sure you're using a 2200 ohm resister

Response From mxdad415

Hammer - I think you found the solution, I just need to go find a 2,200 ohm resistor now, don't worry I can handle that part. (I am an Electrician)

Oh by the way, I got a little redneck on you. I was desperate to here this thing run and it crossed my mind that it says the security system shuts down the fuel supply. Well, I walked over to the barn and grabbed a can of starting fluid and you guessed it. I had the wife try and start it while I squirted a little in there, it kept running as long as I gave her some little spray bursts. Hope I didn't mess anything up in there but it seemed to run fine....

**I was really proud of the wife telling me that she noticed the security light blinking the whole time it was running. (about 15 seconds or so). I will post back here when I find me a 2,200 ohm resistor and get it put in.

Response From mxdad415

There is a little black piece molded onto those wires about an inch from where the connector goes into that lock cylinder, which side should I be on when I splice that thing in? In between the connector shown in the picture and that piece or the other side?

Response From mxdad415

Just looks like a splice point maybe?


Response From mxdad415

Found one! Headed out, still going to try and get this working tonight. It's only 4:15 here. Do I have to do the re learn thing again once I get this in?

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, definitely.

Leave enough wire on the switch side to put this back if you ever want to.

Just to be clear, the resister goes in the harness side of the wiring.


If it doesn't stay running after the first 10 minute sequence, leave the key on and repeat the process 2 more times.

Response From Hammer Time

Also, make sure you are soldering these wires to the resister. Heat shrink and tape would be good when finished.

Response From mxdad415

DONE - It fixed it, (the resistor) starts and runs like a dream. Had to go through a couple of the 10 minute cycles to get there. I have had a few cocktails to celebrate, so I won't be long winded here. I will post a summary here tomorrow because I have learned and debunked a couple of the things that people have put on the internet.

**Well done Mr. Hammer, thank you for hanging in there with me!!

PS - My wife said that it has actually been 3+ years since this thing died. She is offering up homemade blackberry jam or anything else she can think of. She is super excited to have the "Family Wagon" back. We now have 5 grandkids to haul around.

Response From Hammer Time

Glad to hear it worked out.

Response From mxdad415

In conclusion;

1) If your security light flashes or comes on at all, even if for a brief period of time, you have a security issue.
2) The security system on this 99' multi port injection cuts off the injectors not the fuel pump. Testing the fuel pressure will not tell you if the security system is shutting it down.
3) If you try the 10 minute routine as a fix for your security issue and the light does not blink or stay on for the 10 minutes, the fix is not going to work. When I installed the resistor, then it blinked the 10 minutes.
4) This forum is awesome, first time I had ever tried the online help thing.
5) Sorry I was so long winded

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This is quite the novel of interest. Do you know a guy from Illinois by any chance? Never mind that.


At some point you need to consider what the time period of non use must have caused but start a new thread when you get there as this is almost page three. Brakes! If dead still for that long maybe tires NG anymore. A full check like you just got an unknown vehicle. If you care about A/C I'd disable it now from engaging till time to check that out and NOW put PB on any lines that may need ever to be replaced for a chance they will come apart.


Good show on this. Take care of it you've got a bunch of grandkids counting on you not to mention your wife!


T

Response From mxdad415

Hammer, saw your post there. Once I figure out there was a second page to this string, (sometimes I don't know about me) I put the new parts I got in and now no fuel pump noise when I turn the key on. I am going to go try and trouble shoot or should I try your AUTO LEARN deal?

Response From Hammer Time

If your security light isn't flashing, then you don't need the auto learn.

I don't know how you ended up here but it sounds like you should be testing all your fuses.

Response From mxdad415

Just wanted to recap -

1999 Suburban
7.4 L or 454 cu in
Had motor rebuilt by machine shop (long block), installed myself, now won't start
sat for about 2 years or so before I had it rebuilt
replaced, cap, rotor, plugs, plug wires, crank sensor, cam sensor, ignition module, coil, checked for spark at all plugs,
fuel pressure between 55-58 with key on, 60 when cranking (used to be) Now no fuel pressure, will look at that tomorrow
Security light comes on when I turn key on then goes off after a couple of seconds, never see it again - no blink or anything
FOR SURE initial setup of distributor is correct - thanks to Hammer

Sorry if you guys are getting sick of my posts but it's nice to have your input. Let me know if I can put anymore info here to help.

Response From mxdad415

I am going to stay on the glass half full kinda view. I decided since the spark looked week to me I would go buy a new coil. When the parts store said they would check the ignition module for free, I said what the heck. They told me it was bad.... I bought new coil and new ignition module brought it home, drilled out the rivets on the old coil then replaced the ignition module. NOW? I turned the key on....no fuel pump noise, no fuel pressure. I am not trying to complicate the issues, just telling everyone what I am going through. As I am sitting in the truck trying to figure out what the heck is going on I noticed that the security light no longer flashes after I try and start it. The light comes on when I turn the key on but goes off after a couple of seconds and I never see it again. NO CLUE.....

On the brighter side? It is doing something new and I get to trouble shoot that tomorrow! This is going to be AWESOME when WE figure this out, hahaha

Response From mxdad415

Discrete - You give up on me?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just asking if it mattered. TMK and by math, looks and so on a 4.3L is exactly a 5.7 w two cylinder cut off. Never ever went for a rebuilt engine for anything as always could find whole good engines fresh out of known vehicles. No more on that either now as the place dumps everything for metal weight in no time + just takes certain popular parts that are good off for open WWW inventory.


This exact block only two back to forever ever failed badly. One plain abused beyond human belief and so was the whole vehicle and one unseen by me broke a starter off of block taking block chunk with it!


Only hear of ones that cracked wide open from freezing with plain water in them and chances are whole vehicle junked - any make of anything,


T

Response From mxdad415

Hammer - man that is great, not exactly how I did it so I will pull it out and check it. Wife just ran to parts store to get water pump gaskets for me, almost back together from checking crank/cam alignment. (made sure I wasn't messing up there because the machine shop did that)

**I really appreciate your guys help, first time I have ever tried this online chat room thing. I will keep you posted but I am slow, give me a couple hours. I will hold off on the cocktails for a while, that should speed things up.....hahaha**

Discrete - gots jokes.....Mr. Magoo.....haven't seen that in a while, I might be resembling that lately. Noticed I always have to have a flashlight handy when working on a car anymore.

Response From Discretesignals

Response From Discretesignals

4. Aligned the distributor rotor to point at the little #8 on the rim of the distributor or #1 plug wire. (I understand that I can not time this but this is what you do to get it close enough to run?)

With number one at TDC on compression did you install the distributor with the rotor pointing at the number 8 on the rim? You might have to rotate the oil pump shaft to get the distributor to drop in. If you had the distributor installed while finding TDC and the rotor was off and you rotated the distributor to line the rotor up with 8, your cam sync will be really far off.

Response From mxdad415

Discrete - Answer to your question, yes it is installed to the #8 on the rim, yes I did have to rotate the oil pump shaft to get it to drop in (that was fun).

OK - now the last part I have read and I think I just glossed over it before. I did install the distributor and had rotor pointing at say about 5 o'clock (if you stand in front of the engine and look down), then I fine tuned the line up by turning the distributor to line up with the #8? I have read somewhere that you line up the distributor too or some say it won't move? Well it does move and if I need to line the distributor up in up in a fixed location? The distributor doesn't move a whole lot because of the design of the wires coming out both sides, so I couldn't be off to far?

I really appreciate your guys help, hang in there with me.

Response From mxdad415

Hammer Time - Haha, I absolutely agree I don't get how this distributor works. I did not try to turn the distributor, I have read your previous posts from back in 2012 read where people don't get that.

We will call it engine component setup (not timing) - I set everything to the best of my ability. Last night I did the only thing I could think of, took it all apart, made sure the marks on the crank and cam were both at 12 o'clock, (because machine shop did that) distributor installed (and bottomed out), rotor pointing at the little #8 on the rim. Going to put it all back together this morning. So you don't think I could get all of this close enough to at least make it start? Then I would have no problem taking it to a shop to set the cam offset.

Fuel pressure - When I crank it and it attempts to start the fuel pressure does come up a little or if I cycle the key a couple of time it gets closer to 58-60. It does not drop when attempting to start though.

I am really happy to see comments this morning, any and all help will be greatly appreciated. I know I could just take it to a shop and have them fix it but this is kinda how I get my mind off of work....