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1988 200 nissian ht lead timming

Distributor cap firing order diagram

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hi, if it has a distributor cap you may need to pull this apart.. they become very corroded so it could just need a clean

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Here you go. I think this will help you out. Hope it helps and good luck.


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Hi The firing order is 1 3 4 2 Number 1 is at the pulley end of engine.
don`t forget to check the rotation of distributor as the firing order would be out if the wrong direction
is chosen.
Hope i have helped you with problem
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