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I have a 1998 toyota Corrolla, It ran okay until the tune-up person replace the wire in the incorrect sequences causing my engine to only turn over and no firing at all now, what do i need to do now to get it to run, just turn over now , pls help.

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Well before Suing the idiot that did it. try disconnecting the battery terminals. your spark plugs and wires may b damaged now so get a new set and replace both. then put the terminals back on and see if it works.

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