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No spark, power to distributor, need cap setting. Suzuki Vitara1991

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The cap just screws or bolts on your proably talking about witch way the rotor should point so you can have good timing

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The firing order is 1342. The cylinders are numbered from left to right 1234. Depending on wether it is a 16 valve engine, the distributor cap lead number one position is at the front on the left, if its a normal 8 valve engine , the distributor cap lead number one is at the front pointing straight at the front. So, moving anti clockwise, the next lead will be number 3, then 4 , then 2.

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