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Firing order 1342

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SOURCE: the sequence is 1342, ****............

The rotor of the distributor rotates clockwise as you look down into it, there should be a mark on the cap - or a raised area to locate the 2 / 1 meeting position.

start clockwise of the mark and the first point is plug 1, then 3 and so on till 4. after 4 you should feel / see the mark again.

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