Question about 1995 Dodge Spirit
Posted by Anonymous on
You mentioned having No. 1 cylinder on TDC; you may just have the distributor off at 180 deg. Simple error to make, No. 1 cylinder may be on top of exhaust stroke verses compression stroke. I'd check this first. Also look at your compression, if you have fuel and spark all you need is compression (with proper timing) to make her go.
I hope this may have assisted you,
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