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Need to know what kind of vehicle and size motor but normally they are located on the top or side of the motor witha spark plug wire running to each cylinder, these wires will have a rubber texture and be about a quarter in in diameter.
you really do not need a diagram to locate the spark plugs. If you can see the high tension wires (thick electrical wires) connected to the distributor and to the to of the engine, just follow it up to the top of the engine where you can pull it out. It should reveal a whole in which inside is the spark plug. If your engine has a cover on the top (made of hard plastic), you may have it removed to gain better access.
You may have put the wires in the wrong location, usually there is a diagram located under the hood to tell you where the spare plug wires goes, also located in the operators manual there should be the diagram for the spark plugs.
spark plugs do not come with wires you have to purchase them separately you have to remove plug wires one ata ime and then remove plugs but make sure you mark each wire as to which plug you removed it rfrom and also when removing from distributor cap mark the wires there as well
You are correct in your idea about how the plug wires are attached. If you want to duplicate control wiring you would need to obtain the wiring diagram of the brand of ignition system you want to duplicate. (MSD etc. These systems also require a small battery in order for them to operate. Wiring to distributor was far less complex when vertex type magneto distributors sere used as all that was required was a ground wire to shut them down (exactly like your lawnmower works), As far as plumbing, all systems need to meet safety standards set forth by the NHRA but aside from meeting those standards, each engine builder decides where to locate such items as primary and secondary fuel injectors etc. If you go to the NHRA website, you may be able to find a decent photo of someones engine...that may be helpful. Also check the rule book for such items as kill switch location, brake, chute release etc.
I dont understand why you would need that unless you took off all the wires and took out all the plugs and forgot how the wires were.I have the same truck and I always do the plugs and wires one at time to make sure I make a mistake.If this is your ploblem let me know because i might be able to walk you though it.