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Just fixed a blown headgasket completly torn down top half of motor and put all new gaskets and put it all together right...were getting fuel and fire but i cant get it to turn over...please help!!

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  • lovebledhate Feb 27, 2009

    not a 86...its a 91 2wd

  • lovebledhate Feb 28, 2009

    we checked it all and we were off a little bit on timing....we fixed it and lined it up perfect...now we noticed fire is coming from coil but not from distributor to plugs....

  • lovebledhate Feb 28, 2009

    everythings new except the pickup coil...thats our next thing were gonna try

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If its turning over and youve got fire and fuelyouve probly got the timimg off its an ovehead cam right? check your timing marks and plug wires

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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    Dennis Mulford Feb 28, 2009

    did you replace the dis cap and rotor button and coil wire?

    if so the check the pick up modual in side the distributor

  • Dennis Mulford
    Dennis Mulford Feb 28, 2009

    hope it works out for you,let me know

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