Well #1 the correct term is spark plug wires. #2 no picture. That said on most distributors you can have any of the 4 as #1 depending on how the timing is set and where the distributor was set in. The firing order is 1, 2, 4, 3 on that engine with the #1 cylinder being the one closest to the radiator and going back from there as 1,2,3,4. So no real way for us to be sure you have it right or 180 out or just flat out wrong
Re: Distributor cables in reply to Sid, 01-15-2013 17:17:42
Yes that could be true of that time period but common term today is plug wire. Big and main part is he got it fixed. Of course if you went to a parts store and asked for those as cables what do you think they would hand him??
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