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Identifying a distributor...

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by CoreyR, Oct 16, 2004.

  1. CoreyR

    CoreyR Senior Member

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    ok i got a distibutor from someone that i bought a swap from and he told me it was for an LS OBD0. i know its at least OBD0 cause it has the white connectors, and i know it bolts onto the head properly but i want to make sure its a B18A dizzy before i try to sell it as a B18A. is there any markings on it that would state what its for?
     
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    CoreyR Senior Member

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    bump anyone?
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    Should be markings on it... these are the Codes for OBD0 LS Distributors...

    TC07A, TD23U, & TD24U

    Its located on the top of the housing next to where it bolts onto the engine.
     
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