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Re: Wiring Diagram distributor / plugs

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I ended up buying a new distributor. I installed it by turning the front cylinder to the top of hole on the out compression cycle. Installed the distributor. put wires back on plugs and no fire. I pulled each wire off the distributor one by one and have spark on all 4 including center from distributor. I actually repeated this entire process 3 times and still can not get it to fire.

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 Re: Wiring Diagram distributor / plugs in reply to danneff2k, 08-10-2018 11:53:04  
Try taking the plug wires and move then across the center. I.E. take the #1 wire and switch it with the plug wire across the center wire and then do that with the other 2. One of 2 things should happen. It will start or you will get a backfire unless your not getting any fuel to the cylinders. You might also try pulling the air intake hose off and hold your hand over the carb intake and try to start it that way. You should both get a good suction there and your hand should get covered in gas

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