Bah, I'm starting to hate this engine I put in (2.8 in a 84), well after trying to get the timing set right and everything, its still in the postion where the harmonic balacer is a inch before 12 degrees tdc. Thats where it likes to work the best, but my engine does heat up fast, and now after trying to time it again, the engine will start for a second then die, but yet the distributor is still in the same location where it likes to run. I need to get this car running and driving by november, its freezing outside, and snow will hit soon.
Proud owner of a Bright Red 1993 Grand Prix SE, 3.1 V6, 4 speed on the floor, fully loaded, very nice
In Progress Restoration/and attempt of a 1984 SE, to be powered by a 2.8 V6.