Distributor Cap Gasket
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One of the reasons for early distributor damage is a broken Distributor Cap Gasket. The thing is, this type of gasket blows up once it becomes overexposed to high-voltage electricity. Once it becomes broken, you need to get a replacement for it right away. When it comes to getting a top-caliber replacement, there's only one place for you to go, and it's no other than Auto Parts Warehouse. Our store has a massive catalog that contains all kinds of Distributor Cap Gasket brands that you can ever find. Unlike others, Auto Parts Warehouse lets you shop in a jiffy. Aside from that, we deliver in great condition. In short, we make sure that the product is in excellent shape once we bring it to your place. Our distributor cap gaskets are made only of the best materials. As a result, you can be sure that they will last for many years to come. When it comes to installation, they have a complete and comprehensive service manual that contains everything you need to know about installing them properly. With all the features that our Distributor Cap Gasket has, there's no reason for you to not get it. Get it right now here at Auto Parts Warehouse and we'll surely deliver right away.
Three-Step Replacement of a Worn-Out Distributor Cap Gasket
Your car's distributor is tasked to distribute the high voltage from the coil to the spark plugs. It is also one of the components prone to wearing out due to its function. What protects it from premature wear is the distributor cap, which is supported by a gasket (or cap seal) to ensure that there is no moisture or leaks even under compression. Though the gasket may be a minute part of the distributor, it could be a reason for your car to experience a problem in starting or vibrations when it wears out. Here's how you can replace your distributor cap gasket the easy way:
Difficulty level: Easy
Tools that you'll need:
- Clean cloth
- Silicone sealant
- Screwdriver set
- Replacement distributor cap gasket
Step 1: Be sure to work on your vehicle only after the engine has cooled down. Open your hood and locate the distributor. It is above the radiator and just below the air filter. Remove the distributor cap and wipe the dirt off. Also, check the cap for cracks. You may want to replace them as well.
Step 2: Detach the old gasket and install the replacement in the cap. We suggest that you put a thin bead of silicone sealant on the cap's edges before returning it to ensure that there will be no moisture or dirt build-up inside. You may choose to discard or keep the old gasket.
Step 3: Next, replace the cap and tighten the screws firmly. Close the hood and prepare for test-drive.
In just three easy steps, you will no longer experience unnecessary and annoying shakes and squeals due to a worn-out distributor cap gasket. After less than an hour of DIY replacement, your distributor can now perform at its best.