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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 Fig.  3  Inspect Distributor Cap and Rotor 2. Check  and  Clean  Distributor  Cap  and  Rotor  or Replace,  If  necessary.    Replace  Breaker  Points and Condenser, where used. a. Remove distributor cap and rotor. b. Clean    and    inspect    distributor    cap    and    rotor    for cracks,    carbon    tracks    and    burned    or    corroded terminals. c. Replace  breaker  points,  where  used.    See  Tune-Up Specifications for gap or dwell.  Lubricate Distributor cam. d. Replace rotor, if defective, and install in distributor. e. Replace  cap,  if  defective,  and  connect  high  tension cables to cap. 3. Check   Ignition   Cable   and   Measure   Resistance and Replace, if necessary. a. Remove high tension cables from spark plugs. b. Using  Engine  Performance  Tester  No.    SE-2576  or equivalent,   measure   resistance   of   each   cable   by connecting   ohmmeter   leads   to   spark   plug   end   of cable and terminal inside distributor cap. Fig.  4  Checking Ignition Cables With Ohmmeter c. If   resistance   exceeds   specifications   (see   Emission Control    System    Tune-Up    Specifications),    replace high tension cable(s). CGES-215  Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Fig.  1  Typical Spin-On Type Oil Filter Fig.  2  Proper Oil Level

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