AMC HEI Distributor
JEGS 555-40021 HEI Distributor Features:
- Switch from an old breaker-point ignition to a high-energy ignition (hei)
- 65,000-volt coil provides hot spark for maximum performance using solid brass terminals
- High quality CNC aluminum body provides years of trouble-free operation
- Fully compatible with flat tappet and hydraulic roller cams
- Easy drop-in installation using the 1-wire hook-up
- Performance Module for a Longer Dwell Circuit & Full-Coil Saturation
- Brass Terminal Cap & Rotor Give Maximum Voltage Output
- Adjustable Vacuum Advance
- Corrosion Resistant Coated Weights
- Welded Weight Pins are Extra Durable
- Standard-Type Iron Distributor Gear Made for Hydraulic or Solid Flat Tappet Cams
JEGS 555-40021 HEI Distributor Applications:
- 1965-1970 AMC Cars 199 3.3L 6 Cylinder
- 1965-1979 AMC Cars 232 3.8L 6 Cylinder
- 1971-1986 AMC Cars 258 4.2L 6 Cylinder
- 1972-1975 Jeep 232 3.8L 6 Cylinder
- 1972-1986 Jeep 258 4.2L 6 Cylinder
- 1987-1990 Jeep Wrangler 258 4.2L 6 Cylinder
Does a HEI distributor need a coil?
- Yes, a HEI distributor requires an external ignition coil. While the coil is not included with the JEGS 40021, it allows flexibility for users to choose a compatible coil for their specific application.
Why is my HEI distributor not firing?
- Several factors could contribute to a non-firing HEI distributor. Check for proper wiring, and connections, and ensure the ignition coil is functioning. For specific troubleshooting, refer to the JEGS 40021 manual or consult a professional.
Will it fit a 1968 amc rambler american 199 ?
Does it require points or is it.elctronic?
Will this work with Holley sniper EFI? Are there installation manuals I can download before purchase? Thanks!
Will this fit my 1983 jeep cj7 laredo?
Can I use my old plug wires?
Does this use a hardened distributor gear?
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