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1850 plug wire length

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Lochlan McIntosh

11-11-2012 07:52:08

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So my sons goats chewed off my plug wires on my 1850. I bought a kit and guessed at the wire lengths making each one a little shorter than the one before. installed them in order of firing sequence and started it. It has a misfire,double checked the wires starting with the front of the engine being cylinder #1 and they were as my manual stated. My question would be are the guesses on the lengths I cut the wires to causing this and would someone have the correct measurements? Help Please!

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Lochlan McIntosh

11-11-2012 12:25:55

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 Re: 1850 plug wire length in reply to Lochlan McIntosh, 11-11-2012 07:52:08  
The wires were destroyed and lost when they did this. So I had no lengths to go off of. So I winged it on lengths.

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john bowers

11-11-2012 11:39:10

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 Re: 1850 plug wire length in reply to Lochlan McIntosh, 11-11-2012 07:52:08  
what is the firing order for a 1850?

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john bowers

11-11-2012 15:38:16

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 Re: 1850 plug wire length in reply to john bowers, 11-11-2012 11:39:10  
found it, all 6 cyl engines 153624, number 1 at front of engine.
length of wire not important only ends must be
made correctly.

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11-11-2012 10:10:02

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 Re: 1850 plug wire length in reply to Lochlan McIntosh, 11-11-2012 07:52:08  
Lochlan McIntosh, just relocate them in the distributer cap and leave them on the same spark plugs. chuck

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