Question about 1988 Chevrolet K1500
Find the firing order which is usually on the intake manifold,put the crankshaft on 0 degrees top dead center,pull off the distributor cap and mark where the rotor button is pointing,start #1 cylinder at that spot(which that spot should be pointing towards the rear of the distributor),and # 1 cylinder is front of engine on the drivers side then it goes next 1 back #3 then # 5,and the passengers side front is #2, then #4,then #6 towards the back,and the firing order goes clockwise on the distributor.if it spits and sputters or back fires,then the timing firing order is off 180 degrees,so move every wire to the exact opposite on the cap,so your #1 plug wire will be opposite from where you put it first.then double check the firing order and all plug wires then try it.the firing order is:165432,i still dont know how to send pictures.
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