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Proper cyclinder to dist cap plug wire.

I have a K1500 4.3 Liter. Like many, I started to change plug wires & dist cap but lost track on what went where. V-6. Imagine I am looking clueless forward to the engine. I know the coil location. hee hee

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Proper cyclinder to dist cap plug wire. - 92e1cd5.gifHOPE THIS HELPS CYL 1 WILL BE ON THE FRONT A LITTLE TO YOUR RIGHT

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