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360Rocket's 1970 GTO

2019 March
of the Month

  • Welcome to Forever Pontiac

    We are a community of Pontiac enthusiasts. The purpose of our community is to keep alive the Pontiac spirit by sharing (or showing off) our cars, discussing Pontiac, helping each other work on our cars and find information, plus attend various meets/shows/etc... To aid discussion, sharing, event planning and selling of parts/cars/anything, we have various parts of the website to aid this from Forums to an online Garage to Classifieds to even a Document Download Repository. You can find links to these in our navigation above based on what each section helps with (discussion, local events, learning, etc...).

    We invite you to contribute, find help or just view some of our member's amazing cars! Don't forget, we also have great contests from time to time (like our Pontiac of the Month and yearly calendar contest) and our Pontiac This OR That, a fun game where you choose the best of two randomly selected Pontiacs from our online garage.

    We look forward to seeing you around!

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    • Have you disconnected the battery, removed the distributor cap and then tried to turn the motor over to verify the distributor rotor is not turning at all? The distributor is held in place with a hold down clamp and a single bolt. Once you've removed the clamp, the distributor cap, and marked the location of the rotor, you should be able to lift it straight up out of the engine. Assuming that the distributor is stuck, I would try using penetrating lube/spray around the base and the block first to try to break that loose first. Once the base is loose, you should be able to pull it out. The distributor interfaces with the distributor gear off the back end of the camshaft. The bottom of the distributor also turns the shaft that drives the oil pump. So those might also cause you so grief pulling it out.
    • When the first self-driving cars from Ford are ready for the road, they'll leave a Michigan assembly plant. The automaker said that part of a $900 million investment includes plans for a new facility near Detroit to assemble its autonomous vehicles starting in 2021. Workers at the new plant will be tasked with installing self-driving car...View the full article
    • Merged your new topic with your existing topic  
    • 1968 bonneville with a 428 distributor is stuck wont turn wont move car sat for 30 years re routed the plug wires and the engine almost started how do i get the distributor un stuck thank you for any help😟
    • Yeaaah baby. Those Smokey's paint schemes were great. Gold on black looks classy as anything. 
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