Question about Chevrolet Classic
If the battery is fully charged and you have good connetions, sounds like an ignition timing problem. If the timing is too advanced, teh plugs will fire before the piston is high enough in the travel and when it fires will try to turn the engine over backwards. Check to be sure the firing order is correct and you didn't mix up any plug wires since having some firing at the wrong time will do the same thing. Stock engines will have the firing order cast into the intake manifold for easy reference.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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