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06-12-2002 10:45:24

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Would someone please post a link/pic of their AC
showing the distributor and where the plug wires go to and from Im having some weird popping noises
after a friend tried to help me time the machine up
It would be awesome if it was a picture of a wd45
but any model with a distributor should help
as most of the firing orders are the same 1243
thanks alot

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06-12-2002 18:08:14

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 Re: AC distributor Picture in reply to Craig, 06-12-2002 10:45:24  
here is a picture you can make for yourself. Crank #1 piston up to top on compression stroke; the #1 plug wire goes in the hole that the rotor is pointing to. you're welcome

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06-13-2002 18:45:05

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 Re: Re: AC distributor Picture in reply to Howard, 06-12-2002 18:08:14  
well thanks there Howard, But Id really like a picture also of someone else's that is running really well,

I tried rotating it around with the finger over the hole trick it kinda scared the sh!t outta me when it tried to suck my finger back in the spark plug whole,

I've noticed over the years alot of my grandfathers friends had fingers missing and partially missing I think I'd prefer to keep all my digits in tack so at least I can type and ask questions even if you do see them as silly

5 5 5 and 5

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06-14-2002 18:56:42

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 Re: Re: Re: AC distributor Picture in reply to all5, 06-13-2002 18:45:05  
I think those guys lost their fingers in corn pickers.

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