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Hi my Ford bantam rohcam 1300 has a missfire number 1 and 4 cylinders are not firing please advise

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Have mechanic check the coil feed on that Pack

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SOURCE: Can you please give me the torque settings for the

65-70 ft/lbs - see sequence below.

do it in 3 stages: 25 ft/lbs, then to 50. Wait 15 mins then do final tightening : 65-70 ft/lbs. Work your way from the middle bolts toward the outside in a opposing cross hatch pattern - see below for the sequence. This applies to unbolting the head (in reverse: ie work from 10 down to 1):

9 3 1 5 7
8 6 2 4 10


Hope this helps

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