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92 nissan wire patern

I have a 92 nissan sentra 1.6 and i burnt up the cap and rotor and wires and i dont know the wire patern when putting it back together

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I have a 92 Nissan congrats they are awesome cars. Me and my friend changed the rotor and cap along with the spark plugs on mine. If you lost the wire pattern I would recommend going to auto store and looking it up in the nissan car manual.
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