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NEED TO KNOW WHERE THE WIRES GO FOR FIRING POINTS

MY SPARK PLUG WIRES WERE TAKEN OFF THE DISUPETER CAP AND NEED TO KNOW WITCH WIRE GOES WHERE THERE ARE NO NUMBERS TO SHOW WHERE TO GO

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Ok firing order is 15426378 counter clockwise. No 1 on the cap is usually( facing the distributor from the front of the car )is around the 1 o'clock postion(usually 1 is marked on the cap). the cylinders are right bank(passenger side 1.2.3.4 and left side(drivers side) 5.6.7.8.

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