First off I came across this place searching ask.com for some answers and this place has a ton of info on it. Great place here!!! My problem started out as one of those "simple" day jobs and now is on day #4 . My womans 93 Jimmy needed the injector replaced (a $300 part ) and thought I would clean the engine area up a bit while doing it. So off comes the upper intake... find a leaking fuel line in the intake leading up to the injector... Spend a whole day calling around finding this preformed fuel line... Next day go to replace the fuel line and strip the bolt holding to the bracket holding the fuel line in place. Hmmm... OK off comes the intake manifold. It had a small oil leak in the back anyway and need a new gasket and seal. The engine really needed some much needed cleaning so off I went making it all look perty. Day 3 comes around and it is raining (who says it never rains in southern california?) and the truck is outside in the driveway, no biggy just throw the intake in place, throw the distributor in place (did not want to take a chance at loosing my distributor mark) and roll the beast into the garage. And then it happend.... The distributor went in once and I pulled it back out because it looked slightly off mark and when I went to put it back in it didn't go. It goes halfway and hits. Did the balancer slip on me? Do I need to go and find TDC and set the distributor to #1 OR can I try and wrench on the front pully to get that sucker to drop in???