Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
With no 1 on compression stroke at tdc, make sure the no1 wire is lined up with the rotor,
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The firing order is ( 1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8 )
The distributor rotor turns COUNTERCLOCKWISE
The marked # 1 position on the distrubutor cap faces to the REAR and slightly towards the drivers side
The engine cylinders / spark plug locations are numbered :
4 - 8
3 - 7
2 - 6
1 - 5
If someone has altered the disstributer, pull #1 plug, put finger over hole, turn engine over until compression on that cyl, line up timing marks (ball park only) and rotor will be pointing at the correct terminal for #1 cylinder plug wire connection, in the cap.
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