Question about Acura CL
Remove the spark plugs. Block the number 1 cylinder hole with your hand(LHside of engine) . Rotate the engine by hand/wrench. As soon as you feel air coming out of the hole rotate the engine until you feel it to start sucking on your hand. Look at the position of the rotor(remove the distributor cap). This is the number 1 plug lead position. Moving clock wise connect cylinders 1-3-4-2 in that order.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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