Question about Chevrolet C2500
First you need to turn the engine over by hand (Socket on the crank pulley) until the arrow points to the zero. (Top dead center) Now keep in mind that while turning it clockwise facing the engine, you remove the number one spark plug, (Drivers side front) and just before you are at zero, you should feel air pressure with your finger in the spark plug hole.
If you dont, rotate the crank one more time. (This happens every other turn of the crank.)
Now remove the cap, and your rotor should be pointing at the number one spot for the plug wire.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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