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Re: Concern with my TD 6 1947-9...white smoke.....and
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Okay Al. I am going to pursue these problems tomorrow and will post my results.
I understand the firing order, and the cylinder count from the radiator.
Number 1 wire at number 1 cylinder front radiator; moving counter clockwise, number 3 being at number 3 cylinder, 4 being at 4 cylinder and 2 being at 2 cylinder would be correct.
However, I have; moving counter clockwise, number 1 wire at number 4 cylinder, number 3 at number 3 cylinder, number 4 at number 2 cylinder, and number 2 at number 1 cylinder -moving the mag gear, and the engine fired and operated -strange indeed.
Thanx Al; will post tomorrow
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