Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Fallon, NV
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I had this same problem, then I was changing out my rotor, cap, wires, and plugs to attempt to remedy a misfiring problem I was having after overheating the motor in my '00 GS. I started the motor after just changing the wires and nothing else, and not only did the misfiring stop, the engine purred like I just bought it and the clicking in my dizzy went away!!! WTF!!! Hey, that's awesome in my book, I just hope it doesn't come back. Upon removing the old rotor, I noticed it was quite worn down, not sure if that caused the clicking, although everyone I talk to says it's due to an inherent problem with the dizzy shaft bearing..... so why doesn't it stop when people replace the shaft? I haven't looked at a Teg distrib shaft, but my only guess is that the bearing is attached to the intake cam? Very weird.....
Edit! Just so you guys know, the rattling noise came back... Seemingly louder than ever... So changing the wires won't help.
Last edited by GeminiChill; 08-09-2011 at 08:14 AM.