Ignition System Malfunction When driving When warm
Q: I recently replaced the ignition module on my 1991 Mazda B2200 that had 148,000 miles on it. My question is - Do you have to put a dielectric grease under the module when replacing it? The original module did not have the grease. Thanks Joe Mills
A: Yes you do.. it transfers the heat away from the module...... Ed
Q: There is a problem with lash adjuster, if a lash adjuster fails will this cause you to lose enough oil pressure to cause the overhead cam to scour the cam and bearings?
A: If by "fails" you mean it breaks and uncovers the bleed or feed hole in the camshaft and therefore allowing unrestricted flow of oil through that hole and now not feeding the rest of the camshaft. Then the answer is "yes", it could be the cause of the problem. Ed