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Rewired the spark plug wires and the car won't start. rewired one wire at a time to ensure proper placement, checked and triple checked the connections got pops on one end and suction poops on other end( with the lubricant to create seal) what could possibly be wrong? plugs all have smooth heads. Please help! ever so sincerely, Browneyes188

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Calm down!we can fix anything,so why did you replace the wires to begin with? and do you have or do you need a firing sequence w/ wires?talk to me

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