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Qadra fire mt Vernon non ae feed uger runs in revere

Feed motor runs clock wise then counter then will lock out and fire will die out did the self test every thing checks good normal polarity at feed motor

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For an electric motor to run in reverse the start windings have to be reversed at the terminal. To lock up indicates that the start windings are not getting power. All these are controlled by the start/run capacitor which is the normal failure point on electric motors. Take the motor to an accredited electrical shop and have it tested

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SOURCE: 2002 1.6 litre, remove

counter clockwise

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SOURCE: Runs normally, no check lights.

This unit has a pickup in the distributor that tells the coil when to fire. Check to see if you have power at the coil. If yes,connect a test light to the ground side of the coil and have an assistant crank the engine.The test light should flash on and off. If not, you have a problem inside the distributor. The pickup coil or the ignition module are at fault. Good Luck

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SOURCE: timing diagram? Fire order? counter clock wise? 10

firing order should be etched on manifold for cars prodiced by general motors it should go like this if u are looking at front of motor 1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8 its the same for 6 cyclinders follow wire from number 1 cyclinder to distrubutor to find out which wire is 1 on the distributor for TDC Top Dead Center pull spark plug from the 1 cyclinder get a wire hanger un fold stick it in the engine block then turn the crank pully until 1 piston is at top of cyclinder use hanger to measure be careful not to bend any valves

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SOURCE: since the distrib. goes counter clock wise, so for 1995 ford mus

What engine is this. Ford inline 6 cylinder or V8

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It made a loud rattling noise then shut off. Now, it will not turn over, and the battery has to be charged every time I try to crank it. It did not run hot, and it was just serviced. What is wrong?

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First off you will need your key to the lock and a 1/8" flat blade screw driver.  Notice that your lock only turns 1/4 rotation, after doing this procedure you will be able to turn the lock an extra 1/4 turn counter clock-wise (when viewed from the front of the latch).

Turn the lock so it is vertical (perpendicular to the latch itself (counter clock-wise)).  Turn the latch around so you can view the back and the lock is to your left.  Above the lock there is a slot that you can put your screw driver into (not the indention in the metal).  You need to insert your screw driver and listen very closely, you should hear your screw driver hitting the metal latch.  Once you push the latch down with your screw driver, turn the lock another 1/4 turn with your key from the front (counter clock-wise looking from the front).

Once the lock has been turn a full 1/2 turn, you should be able to push the lock out from the back of the latch.

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