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I REMOVED DISTBUTER TO CHANGE VALVE COVER GASKET IT. I MARKED IT SO IT WOULD GO BACK CORRECTLY. I PUT IT BACK AND NOW IT WON'T FIRE

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1- Take off the valve cover to expose the camshaft.
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3- Turn the cam shaft until the mark on the camshaft pulley aligned with the 0 calibration mark.
4- Put a screwdriver to into the cylinder # 1 to make sure it is at the top. Then remove it.
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6- For a sanity check, from the spark plug2.gif wire # 1, trace back to the distributor cap. Carefully take off the cap and see the rotor is in the position contact to the plug wire # 1. Then put the cap back as it was.
This is to ensure you have spark at the combustion stage when all valves are close and piston is at the top.
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