Removed distributor and now
I was out playing in the mud and the muck and sucked a little water into my engine but it kept going thankfully. Then the engine started spitting oil out from around the distributor and my oil pressure was 0. I had loosened the distributor the other day in an attempt to adjust my timing back to the stock setting(9-11) because it was at about 14-15 and gave me a little trouble starting. Well I pulled the distributor out to see if maybe there was an oring or gasket that had gone bad but found that there wasn't any type of gasket there. Is there supposed to be one there? I put the distributor in after cleaning both seating surfaces good and started the jeep. It was hard to start and when I checked the timing with my timing light the timing mark wasn't even in sight. I'm pretty sure that I put the distributor in a tooth or two off. How can I adjust the timing back to stock? I know that I have to pull the distributor out again but I still want to fix the timing thing too. Also when I changed the oil and filter(oil looked like chocolate milk) and started it back up the oil pressure jumped up to 50 then came down to about 35-40 when it warmed up. It was running about 40 when started and then about 10 when warm and idling. I ran my finger around the inside of the housing that the oil filter attached to and found some metal debris the size of sugar granules. If anyone has an idea or input let me know. Thanks in advance.
94 Wrangler 4.0 -> Traded for a Mustang 5.0