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check for spark at the plugs
check firing order in correct direction on cap
in relation to direction of dist rotation remove
cap wind engine to see that distributor drive
gear hasnt stripped a tooth
if these are ok if its electronic dist the module
could be faulty
check plugs -plug gap-vacuum leak-fuel mix-fuel pressure-timing-pcv valve-egr valve-air filter-oil sludge build up-problem in heads[valves adjustment-burnt-weak springs if only changed wires do a complete tune-up and do a compression check
Sounds like you have the firing order right but your off on the #1 on the distributer. Every time you get an explosion coming from the carb its misfiring. Find the #1 on dist and continue with firing order
if it is hesitating and stalling like that. if its a manual then the clutch is going out if its a automatic then the transmission is slipping. also check the dist. cap again maybe it is the firing order its a common mistake
that your neighborhood mechanic didnt gap the spark plugs if they are not gaped right then the car will not run at all. and also why only change 4 of the 8 you are supose to do them all and a nother thing check the spark plug wires make sure they are connected to the right spark plug the check the dist. cap make sure the cap is not faulty